The threat of a global trade war sends stock markets sliding and traders search of safe-haven assets after Donald Trump announced tariffs on Chinese goods
Musk’s $50bn pay package is comically large — but small fry for him. Yet what else do you give a billionaire aficionado of rocket ships, sports cars and flamethrowers, asks Matt Levine
The Post Office will take over the payment of social grants once the CPS contract ends, but says it needs time to phase in services to take over the payments
In response to the President ’s reasons for paying his legal costs, the EFF notes, ‘It means the state would have also funded his rape trial if it happened while he was a government official’
SA, along with Japan, is not on the list of US allies exempted, for now, from the tariffs — but Tesla supplier Hulamin’s stock rose in spite of this
South African assets have rallied since Cyril Ramaphosa became president — but bonds sales by SA companies are off to their slowest start since 2014
‘China doesn’t hope to be in a trade war, but is not afraid of engaging in one’
China, the world’s largest pork producer, consumer and importer, has named US goods that could face duties, notably pork, fruit and wine
Sprint sensation Caster Semenya insists she is happy with her performance
One Source Live festival in the heart of Johannesburg celebrates creatives on the continent, writes Eugene Yiga
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