‘I think we have the last bearish news, which is the tax reform, and that is negative for gold so we expect gold to stay pretty depressed’
Investors’ biggest interest, even more so than the governance of state-owned enterprises, has been politics
Nersa promises a detailed breakdown of the decision amid demands for structural reform of the electricity sector
Polling finally kicked off around midnight after protracted delays‚ caused by disputes over delegate accreditation, results are expected on Monday afternoon
Steinhoff Africa Retail paid its former CEO R50.2m in its 2017 financial year, a far higher salary than the CEOs of its competitors
Hopes are pinned on an economic saviour emerging from the ANC’s national elective conference, writes Asha Speckman
Changes to the National Small Business Act will update the definition of small business, with SMEs already contributing up to 47% of SA’s GDP
‘It is a beast, but we will kill it,’ says Santa Barbara County fire department chief
French sailor François Gabart comfortably beats the previous world record for sailing around the world solo, nonstop
John Rapley’s Twilight of the Money Gods takes readers on a fascinating journey through the history of economic thought, writes Roger Southall
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