The JSE all share closes marginally lower, in contrast to international markets, due mostly to a firmer dollar and a drop in commodity prices
Is our money more useful in the hands of the government, or in the hands of those who produced the income, asks Xhanti Payi
Changes to taxes were the most widely anticipated measures in the run-up to the budget — and have proved the most divisive issue in post-budget assessments
The finance minister allocated no new money for the nuclear power plants favoured by President Jacob Zuma
The family is reported to be exploring a deal that would combine the engineering firm with its mining industry service provider
Treasury consistently overestimates economic growth rates, and almost always offers rosier projections than the Reserve Bank and IMF, writes Tamar Kahn
Cape Town’s Damen is to build six patrol vessels and Durban’s Southern African Shipyards a hydrographic survey ship in a big boost for SA’s ‘blue economy’
Three of the planets circle their parent star at the right distance for liquid surface water
A gutsy half-century from Dwaine Pretorius wasn’t enough to get SA over the line in the second one-day international in Christchurch
Memory Biwa imagines decolonised education in contemporary music and voices from the archives, writes Valeria Geselev
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