The dollar weakened sharply over the weekend following pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the first round of the French presidential election
The government needs to ask itself why it bent over backwards to do a deal with a company owned by foreigners and the president’s son instead of supporting black entrepreneurs, as it often claims it ...
Abahlali baseMjondolo says those who live on ‘the fringe of everything in SA remain trapped in poverty‚ unemployment and abuse’
Ramaphosa says former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas was probably fired for refusing the alleged Gupta offer
Pointing to growth in the company’s health business, CEO Frans van Houten says Philips has had a ‘solid start’ to 2017
Economists have warned SA’s green shoots of economic growth might be at risk after two downgrades
The civil society organisation says its objectives are to ensure black economic emancipation and true radical economic transformation
At least 100 soldiers were killed or wounded in a Taliban attack on a military base on Friday, spurring angry calls for ministers and army chiefs to resign
Kenyans and Ethiopians dominate final standings
Gwen van Embden’s Mountain + Water exhibition reflects the uncertainty and chaos engulfing SA and part of the world, writes Mary Corrigall
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