The local bourse is softer on Thursday morning in quiet trade on weaker US and Asian markets and as the market awaits the Reserve Bank’s interest-rate decision
Zimbabwe’s new president will have to dismantle a complex patronage system and overhaul the electoral system, writes The Zimbabwean editor Wilf Mbanga
Big producers including Anglo American, Exxaro and Glencore have reached wage agreements but a strike will start at Kangra on Friday
Action should be taken against members who haul the ANC to court before all internal processes are exhausted, says the provincial structure
The property company says it is looking to list on the LSE in May and will convert to UK Reit status
Hopes for another interest rate cut in 2017 are dwindling as fears mount of a credit downgrade on Friday
There’s still a final hurdle to pass before Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies signs the financial sector code
Rex Tillerson’s denunciation undercuts Myanmar’s international standing, and could open the door for China to reassert its strong influence over the country
Proudfoot says Du Toit’s versatility and world-class ability makes him indispensable to team
Alfa Romeo has launched its foray into the premium SUV fold, the Stelvio
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