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The axed Sars commissioner went to court to have his dismissal overturned and to prevent the Sars inquiry from submitting a final report on its work to President Cyril Ramaphosa
Voters are returning to the ANC, while the DA is losing on all fronts
Jubilee Metals continues its relentless march to become a serious contender in reprocessing chrome and PGM tailings
Norton Rose Fulbright senior associate Candice Gibson talks to Business Day TV about the pros and cons of the carbon tax
The future is looking bleak for gold mines, with nothing to stop the inevitable decline of the once-mighty industry
The UK will be allowed to unilaterally change its mind about leaving the bloc, boosting the anti-Brexit camp a day before the vote in parliament
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