Gold has pulled back more than $60 an ounce since hitting its highest in more than a year earlier in September
The Guptas, meanwhile, should just give up on getting SA bank accounts, and the president’s new best friends should study the stories of their predecessors
‘Zuma seems unconcerned about the effect this move will have on Parliament, where ANC infighting is already undermining parliamentary work’
The party has written to the Finance Minister insisting that she ‘ immediately cease(s) to participate in the affairs of SAA’ in any way
The auditor-general says Safcol’s procurement processes are not fair, transparent and competitive, and proper control systems to safeguard its assets are not in place
Most economists expect another 25 basis point cut in interest rates by the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee
Close protection officers deploy a range of specialist skills to anticipate and avoid danger for high net worth clientele, writes Janine Stephen
The state already has a 76km border wall and alleges waivers issued to build the wall violate the 10th amendment of the US constitution
With 20,000 spots taken by Wednesday night, the number of entries has been increased ‘with due consideration to the integrity of the event’
Behind all the electric car hype, car makers and the industry are starting to realise the reality, writes Michael Taylor
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