Trouble in Britain and a government shutdown in the US propel the precious metals higher
The balance of power between ‘David’ the consumer and ‘Goliath’ the corporate organisation has shifted
Governor Lesetja Kganyago says the institution already meets monetary policy criteria set out in the ANC's manifesto
Business and labour are questioning the governing party's jobs plans unveiled in its election manifesto
Leading retailers Mr Price and Woolworths turn in disappointing growth as the economy bites
As economic growth slows and global trade tensions continue, the region is expected to do comparatively well
Senzeni Zokwana said his department is finalising the allocation of 15-year fishing rights to hundreds of co-operatives around the country
Britain summons Zimbabwe’s ambassador to London to express its deep concern
Cricket SA CEO Thabang Moroe points out that Gibson was hired purely to win the World Cup
A photographic exhibition on the gay trailblazer offers insight into queer life from the 1960s to the 1980s
It is a distinction of the authors’ position that they reject conventional wisdom on the political left, right and centre
The two rightwingers forged today's nation by preventing a viable Palestinian state.
A new book discloses how horrific the impact of poaching and its attendant animal and animal products trafficking have been on several animal species, with ...
Revered for his nihilistic novels and right-wing views, Michel Houellebecq’s latest book, Sérotonine, is flying off the shelves
Local writer Craig Higginson weaves playwrighting and fiction into a moving, smart novel, writes Arja Salafranca
Uys delicately takes us on a first-person journey that starts in his early childhood with a nonjudgmental innocence that suspends belief, writes Devlin Brown
Colonial rule had a profound effect on gender identity in African countries, which Kintu lays bare, writes Itumeleng Molefi
Rebecca Rose, the deputy books editor at the Financial Times, selects her must-read titles
Clare Houston’s debut novel peels back the onion skin of our complicated past
Nigerians were envious that SA had Nelson Mandela, writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie said at the Nelson Mandela Tribute night
Each of the three authors reviewed here brings a different perspective and reaches different conclusions on the new world order, writes James Kynge
I Want to Go Home Forever is a collection of moving stories of people touched by migrancy, xenophobia, crime and violence in Johannesburg, writes Yvonne ...
Satirist's latest two books include a personal element about the Jacob Zuma disaster — the former president's attempts to sue him
Renowned authority Anissa Helou’s tome encompasses the development of a diverse range of cuisines and cultures, writes Ilana Korber
The former first lady’s book Becoming delivers private revelations — and a message of hope
Haruki Murakami's latest novel is simultaneously mind-numbing and mind-boggling — and the crows may not carry any weighty symbolism, writes David Gorin
In his book Rainbow Nation My Zulu Arse travel writer Sihle Khumalo ventures off the beaten track to explore SA's past and future, writes Arja Salafranca
Hirsch's book is an easy read but romanticises a complex issue and is often presented in a clumsy way
Secret Johannesburg is a fascinating guide for people who wish to discover the hidden face of one of Africa’s biggest cities, writes Devlin Brown
Sol Plaatje biography by Scottish historian Brian Willan is packed with anecdotes, writes Hans Pienaar
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