Gold prices climb to one-week highs, boosted by lower dollar and economic and political uncertainty around the world
Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s foray into economics is embarrassing and without precedent, writes Cathleen Powell
DA stalwart Wilmot James, who is taking a year’s leave of absence, reflects on his time in the party and parliament, and on how the ANC has crushed new thought inside and outside the ruling ...
The Transport Minister is mediating the situation, with rail operators claiming the regulator’s operating charges are exploitative
Mkhwebane has defended her recommendation but says she is willing to hold discussions with those opposing it
'The odds were stacked against me because he had a gun and‚ if I could‚ I would want a rematch'
The Bassline was a pioneer of entrepreneurship and music promotion, writes Struan Douglas
Well-referenced book draws from dissertation to deal with the various narratives propounded by historians
Dictionaries are now being produced in all indigenous languages in a bid to assist schoolchildren and create a more multilingual society
We live in an incredible world, much of which is made possible by science, and Know This proves there are still more miracles to come
Hennie van Vuuren's new book, Apartheid Guns and Money: A tale of profit, lifts the lid on explosive evidence of political party funding. Here's an extract
Author Jonathan Ancer’s novel digs up bones left by one of apartheid’s most deadly spies, writes Sue Grant-Marshall
Raymond Suttner’s Inside Apartheid’s Prison is a slow uncovering of his torture at the hands of war criminals. Here’s an extract
Author David Lagercrantz waits for the storm after brutalising Larsson’s tattooed hacker in The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye
After Piketty is a sympathetic appraisal of what the French economist got right and what he got wrong, writes Peter Coy
African crime genre author Scotty Elliott is not keen on up-close gore, and it's her characters that fascinate, writes Sue Grant-Marshall
Throughout his life Fela relentlessly sought social justice for ordinary Nigerians
Deftly written food essays delve into myth, marriage, maize — and mucilage (it’s not as bad as it sounds)
Autobiography details how Fatima Meer grew up in an unconventional family to become an advocate for justice
The Republic of Gupta book reminds you of maniacal little men who pull you deeper into the dark instead of showing you the way out
Dale McKinley sheds light on the key problem of the ANC’s rule since 1994: its power is exercised in service to capital
Cookbook provides an accessible introduction to dishes amid burgeoning African scene, writes Madeleine Morrow
Essayist Pankaj Mishra presents wrenching confirmation that humankind is irrational and cannot govern self-interest in a manner that overrides primordial ...
Influential Reitz Afrikaner leaders crossed paths with eminent people who shaped events in colonial SA
An honest look at a troubled life by a woman defined by her surname
Author Mark O’Connell’s quirky, humorous book delves into the machine-loving subculture wired for a world beyond humans, writes House Clive Cookson
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