Risk-off sentiment is sparked as North Korean and US friction pressures markets; but gold miners and banks gain
It is now up to Malusi Gigaba to act, and how long will Dudu Myeni hang on?
The PIC oversees some R1.9-trillion in assets mainly belonging to the Government Employees Pension Fund
Gwede Mantashe says party first needs to consult with senior counsel
Unilever had agreed to purchase Remgro’s 25.75% stake for R7bn, for a total transaction representing R11.9bn
Global production, too, increased an annualised 6.3% in August to a near-record 143.6-million tonnes
But Institute’s CEO‚ Terrance Nombembe‚ declines to say when institute will conduct own review of KPMG staff actions
UK Prime Minister Theresa May calls for a transitional phase of about two years to clarify Brexit parameters
Markram says selection is fulfillment of childhood dream
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa at the V&A Waterfront, warming the cockles of Tutu’s heart
Book tells tale of the Kassiesbaai community that has lived off the ocean for nearly two centuries, writes Liz McGregor
Expert Zulu historian John Laband’s new book unpacks the complexities of King Shaka’s rule, writes David Reiersgord
Jacob Zuma is clearly in a league of his own, being the party’s first uneducated leader, and appearing to shun unity for faction-forming and platitudes, ...
Annual literary symposium follows on from Jozi Book Fair in highlighting the voices of women, writes Struan Douglas
‘He wasn’t obsessed with reconciliation. He was obsessed with making democracy stick’
Though the author resists labels, refusing to be pigeonholed as a satirist, his work has been universally hailed as a blistering satire on race in the US, ...
Man Booker Prize winner Beatty will be at Open Book Festival, started by The Book Lounge’s Mervyn Sloman
Each of Hedley Twidle’s essays radiates with academic craftsmanship, but of the gentle and seldom erudite kind
Former Land Bank CEO Helena Dolny’s new book underlines the value of engaging in death-in-life conversations
This beautifully written novel is about love, happiness, starting from scratch and creating your own universe out of nothing
Anna Tietze’s extraordinary new book examines various periods and ways of adaptation, writes Struan Douglas
Unusual decision to withdraw biography was based on family pressure and not legal contraventions
Author Brian Huntley’s new book claims the environment minister prefers a ‘zoo’ approach, writes Tony Carnie
Revenue and employment will decline, especially with regard to material used for educational purposes, which accounts for more than 60% of all publishing
Academic Jonathan Jansen’s latest book is a tribute to one of many Cape Flats moms who ‘live the soft power of a dignified life’, writesSue ...
Author Jonathan Jansen provides an insider’s empathic and critical view of the campus crises at universities in SA, writes David Reiersgord
Making Africa Work lacks a sense of history and portrays an unrealistically optimistic view of Africa
Colleagues and fellow Africans appraise the prolific work of the late public intellectual from Kenya
Forget flaxen-haired princesses — Nigerian-based Ankara Press produces books featuring sassy heroines
Nini Bairnsfather Cloete, who spent two years seeking out architecturally interesting, beautifully decorated residences, has her own idea of a perfect home
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