US crude stocks fell 7.1-million barrels in the week to August 12, Energy Information Administration data shows
Allowing grey goods to masquerade as the real thing will be damaging on an international level
Labour federation hopes national strike will bring economy to a standstill so government has to acknowledge the socioeconomic crisis facing SA
The party’s internal leadership contest in December is expected to gain momentum once the the nomination process kicks off
Mudiwa Gavaza speaks to Chanel Hardman, country director for SA at SHAREit
The rand will continue to lose value if we don't adopt policies that create a superior emerging market with a far lower risk premium
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Russia says in event of accident at Zaporizhzhia complex radioactive fallout would cover Germany, Poland and Slovakia
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Plus the brand has another new model in the Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner Blackline
Around this time of the year many of us are taking resolutions: to do more exercise, quit smoking, drink less, stop eating meat, lose weight. Sadly, most of us won’t succeed. Research shows that fewer than 50% of people who take a New Year’s resolution will have stuck to it three months in.
In these unpredictable times, should we then not bother to make any resolutions? It still seems if you want to change something, New Year is the time to do it, giving you some added oomph to succeed...
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