Brent crude futures fell 23c and West Texas Intermediate crude futures declined 28c as US crude stocks rose by 2.2-million barrels
Chris and Suzaan Alheit have been making some of the Cape’s finest whites for the past ten years, the latest vintage being no exception
MEC for economic development, tourism and environmental affairs Ravi Pillay resigned as a member of the KZN legislature and as a member of the executive committee
Group net inflows fell almost a third to £1.4bn to end-June, but assets under management fell 12%, hit by market volatility due to war in Europe
Pressure builds on government to step in after citrus and wool exports have been hit by phytosanitary restrictions
In the wake of SAA’s near-demise Comair’s market share crept up to 35%-40% by the time it too collapsed
The reshuffle comes weeks after premier Shinzo Abe was gunned down by a man angered over the Unification Church’s alleged financial exploitation of his mother
Failure to win on Saturday would put coach Ian Foster and captain under pressure in terms of their future with the team
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