Palladium could climb further to $1,500/oz, with gold still in a bullish mood
SAA echoes Eskom's plan to save itself, and SA's banks have had to do the job law-enforcement agencies should be doing
Catherine MacLeod says Jacob Zuma’s firing of Nhlanhla Nene as finance minister in 2015 had both long- and short-term effects on the economy
The Anti Poverty Forum claims that Eskom was forced to buy power from independent power producers illegally and under political pressure
TechCentral reports that Microsoft’s decision is related to an anonymous complaint to the US SEC about a R120m software deal between EOH and SA’s department of defence
South Africans are concerned about service delivery, job creation and government’s management of the economy
Estimates are that close to 50% of the tobacco market in the country is controlled by illicit players
The WTO's quarterly outlook indicator showed a reading of 96.3, and anything below 100 signals below-trend growth in trade
Former Arsenal manager made remarks after receiving Lifetime Achievement Award at Laureus World Sports Awards for contribution to revolutionising English football
He first found real success in the mid-1960s with Chloe, the fashion label now owned by Richemont and to which he was connected off and on till 1997
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