The all share is back above 60,000 points ahead of the Reserve Bank’s interest-rate decision and the country’s ratings review next week
In SA, a staggering 77% of the country’s primary energy needs are still provided by coal; the switch to cleaner sources is desperately needed, writes Richard Robinson
Telephone lines have been damaged and electricity outages have been reported in the area near Matatiele, in the Eastern Cape
A frontrunner will become apparent only once branches start nominations, he says, reiterating that Ramaphosa’s announcement of a slate was uncalled for — even though he was on it
Banks are already forecasting a surge in demand for metals such as nickel and cobalt, but the switch to electric trucks would be bad news for miners
‘If nothing is done between now and the budget presentation in February, then things will become a lot more difficult on the fiscal front’
With blockchain technology giving hackers the greenlight to empty accounts, institutionalised banking may be around for a while, writes Elaine Ou
Merkel is no longer deemed invincible after delivering a historically poor election result
Bok coach needs a near miracle and hopes big-game players can come to the rescue in Paris
This year’s Beaune de Hospices auction, run by Christie’s, will offer a little extra to go with one’s wine: beef reared on wine-making’s byproducts
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