The rand reacted positively to SA’s first cut in 16 months, but analysts warn the global backdrop may make further cuts a risky prospect
The former president’s dissembling and cowardice will stand in contrast to testimony by witnesses to his many wrongs
Ayanda Dlodlo promises to deliver an ethical, non-politicised and professional institution, ‘repositioning and rebuilding’ it
Black First Land First says the decision by the IEC was ‘unjust’, and due only to pressure by the ‘racist’ Freedom Front Plus
Swedish carmaker rejigs global production plans in bid to reduce the impact of tariffs arising from the China-US trade war
The Bank also slashed its GDP growth forecast for the year from 1% to 0.6% while inflation is expected to average 4.4% for 2019
The tax, introduced in June, is considered too weak at its current level by some, but mines and unions are more worried about job losses
Finance minister Mthuli Ncube is going by the book, but to no avail
WP coach Dobson expects Sharks to adopt 'in your face' approach
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