Trump says trade talks with China need ‘different structure’; the eurozone slowdown is sharper than expected, and the Turkish lira drops to a new low
Public servants forget that even when the people with the authority to govern SA lose their way, citizens still expect them to serve, writes Theto Mahlakoana
The road show is intended to give the government and implementers of the SEZ programme an opportunity to present value propositions to potential investors
The Electoral Commission denies claims of electoral malpractice, saying it is an issue of ward-boundary demarcations confusing voters
The producer is set to shed 2,000 posts, with fewer than 116,000 people still employed in gold mines
Drags include SA’s deteriorating education standards, rising state debt, inefficient SOEs and persistently high unemployment
The automotive industry accounts for about 7% of GDP with BMW, VW and Nissan all putting money into the country — but the government’s plans may be over-ambitious
As with US diplomats in Cuba in 2017, the source of the sound is unknown, but US and Chinese authorities are investigating the matter
SA’s once-tight teams have been leaking tries, giving new Bok coach a major headache
One of the pioneers of ‘molecular gastronomy’, Adrià says the laboratory will be called El Bulli 1846 and open in the second half of 2019
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