Bullion is down about 1% so far this week with holdings of SPDR Gold Trust near their lowest since October
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Transport minister Blade Nzimande says the security cluster is ready to deal decisively with any such possible disruptions
The DA left orange overalls and handcuffs outside the ANC's headquarters to protest against some ANC candidates on its election list
The oil giant is inextricably linked to Saudi Arabia, and that’s a problem, even for Moody’s
The depth and damage wrought by state capture has proven to be worse than thought, says the Bank, with power supply being the tipping point
The private sector has the opportunity to forge a stronger growth coalition with the government and offer creative solutions, writes Raymond Parsons
Sixty firefighters are still keeping a vigil at the fragile Notre-Dame to ensure no further fire erupts
New book recounts 25 years of SA sport history
The arts centre takes inspiration from 1970s Manhattan, a place of economic decline and creative tumult. How will it fare in today’s city?
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