US crude stocks fell 7.1-million barrels in the week to August 12, Energy Information Administration data shows
SA’s policy on Russia in the wake of Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine is, like defence minister Thandi Modise, missing in action
Employer group launches fresh legal attack on workplace Covid-19 vaccination policies but government will oppose this attempt to strike code down
The party’s internal leadership contest in December is expected to gain momentum once the the nomination process kicks off
Fortress must meet minimum distribution requirement of a Reit by October 31
The rand will continue to lose value if we don't adopt policies that create a superior emerging market with a far lower risk premium
Food Safety Agency tells retailers and food producers it will seize vegan products with names that it says are for meat
Unexpected resignation of the central bank governor has fuelled speculation about how the country will deal with mounting pressure on the Egyptian pound
Coach Arthur Zwane is confident recent losses will add grit to the team's game
‘It is worrying that some other conditions, such as dementia and seizures, continue to be more frequently diagnosed after Covid-19, even two years later’
Social pacts between all levels of government, business and civil society could be a means for SA to quickly overcome the financial, social and political crises causes by Covid-19. But they will have to be more imaginative, innovative and practical than those tried before.
A social pact is an agreement between social partners, whether government, business, organised labour or civil society, to jointly solve a development, social or economic problem. They have the potential to play a catalytic role in rebuilding the post-Covid-19 economy, social order and politics. The reality is the state on its own cannot overcome the multiple Covid-19 crises. It simply lacks the capacity, leadership and ideas to do so...
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