Brent is weaker as the US-China trade spat intensifies, while supply from Opec and Russia is expected to rise
Trump’s complaints about ‘trade abuse’ are wholly absurd, writes Tim Harford, but Americans' penchant for spending rather than saving is all too real
The case against Ivan Pillay, Johann van Loggerenberg and Andries Janse van Rensburg was postponed for the state to give the defence missing parts of the docket
The monarch has fallen out with ANC since Cyril Ramaphosa replaced Jacob Zuma and discussions were held over land tenure
Full-year results show a R400m tax provision caused earnings to plunge more than 80%
The agency warns of low growth and high debt levels but says these are balanced by a favourable government debt structure and a healthy banking sector
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe gives more details on the third iteration of the Mining Charter
Interior minister Horst Seehofer, who leads Merkel’s Bavarian sister party, has set an ultimatum that migrants be turned away from Germany’s border
The Springboks will be desperate to avoid the fate that befell them on a bitterly cold June evening 18 years ago
Jeremy Vearey chronicles his evolution in his memoir, Jeremy vannie Elsies, writes Liz McGregor
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