Trade and growth fears spark dash for safe havens with world stocks down 0.5%; Italian stocks tumble on worries about new coalition government spending
Expect to see a whole generation of sophisticated ‘intermediaries’ who could effectively shield white-owned business from compliance, writes Deon Oberholzer
Almost two-thirds of the performance reports submitted by municipalities in 2016-27 had material flaws and were not credible enough for the council or the public to use
The Electoral Commission denies claims of electoral malpractice, saying it is an issue of ward-boundary demarcations confusing voters
Speaking at the AGM of the Minerals Council SA (formerly the Chamber of Mines), the minister confirms a final, investor-friendly mining charter is ‘on schedule’
Economists had expected inflation to heat up as the various tax and levy increases introduced in the budget took effect on April 1
The automotive industry accounts for about 7% of GDP with BMW, VW and Nissan all putting money into the country — but the government’s plans may be over-ambitious
Last week, vice-president Kembo Mohadi denied that Zanu-PF was being led by the army and that it would stay on if the party lost the elections
SA’s once-tight teams have been leaking tries, giving new Bok coach a major headache
‘You can’t invent out of nothing, or I can’t certainly,’ Roth said in a 2011 documentary. ‘I need some reality, to rub two sticks of reality together to get a fire of reality.’
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