A 2016 report by the WEF shows that women around the world earn just over half as much as male counterparts despite working more hours
‘Faced with such a calamitous decline, most governments would be falling over themselves to find the causes and fix them’
'That mood is likely to be strengthened in the outcome of this weekend’s elections in the Czech Republic. There the ANO (“Yes”) center-right party is the likely winner'
Speaker battles to juggle roles in government, party and on campaign amid lack of funds
The miner has maintained its full-year production guidance, despite also facing headwinds from strikes in SA
The finance minister delivers his mini-budget — a roadmap of the government’s spending priorities over the next three years — on Wednesday, writes Asha Speckman
In publishing the Mining Charter the Mineral Resources Minister had purported to exercise powers that resided exclusively with Parliament, says Chamber of Mines
Mayor Sadiq Khan’s extra charge for older cars is the latest move to reduce pollution, and means some drivers will pay £21.50 to drive their cars into the city centre
SA concluded a series sweep in emphatic fashion, but will be without their captain for the Twenty20 series
Whether you seek art, culture or just a good dip, the city has it all, writes Alexander Matthews
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