However, this is offset by a sharp decline in Iraqi crude exports amid tensions with Kurdistan; Russia’s Rosneft agrees to take control of the Kurdish oil pipeline
The finance minister has to try to keep state finances in a reasonable shape, but he is unwilling to put anybody’s nose out of joint, writes Nazmeera Moola
Threats, swearing and frayed tempers as inquiry into allegations against Eskom executive Matshela Koko adjourns
Taking 12 out of 15 seats, the EFF says ‘Wits is ready for an EFF-led student representative council’
A new exchange-traded fund in which robots pick the stocks, which has been trading since October 18, is beating its human competitors
Economists doubt Malusi Gigaba has a plan to avoid a local currency credit rating downgrade by mid-2018
In publishing the Mining Charter the Mineral Resources Minister had purported to exercise powers that resided exclusively with Parliament, says Chamber of Mines
Belgium-based Jamal Hamed is counter-suing the Zimbabwean first lady, who claims he short-changed her on delivery of a 100-carat diamond ring worth $1.35m
New appointments are bearing some fruit — in July, Zimbabwe won their first one-day international series in Sri Lanka
The magazine says all-new vehicles or those with newly updated technology are more likely to have a ‘wonky engine’; vehicle makers, including Tesla, disagree
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