The dollar sagged after weak US data further sapped confidence in the currency, while oil prices slipped despite expected Opec supply cuts
Sibanye-Stillwater faces a strike, and IMF warns the country about the difficulty involved in implementing reform
After the turmoil of removing Nhlanhla Nene, ‘other means needed to be found ... to force me to resign’
Hundreds of EFF supporters protested in the searing heat outside the state capture inquiry on Monday
Rhodes's share price fell 5% in morning trade as the market reacted to a 35% cut in dividend for its 2018 financial year
SA is not going to turn into an East Asian tiger, with double-digit growth kick-started by huge exports of clothing and appliances
Countries that do not train workers risk losing employers — and employees risk losing jobs to robots and automation
Mining accounts for about two-thirds of exports, despite mine closures due to foreign currency shortages
Bafana coach considers picking the strongest line-up or fringe players for Mandela Challenge
BASF was Lonmin’s biggest customer, yet for some time completely escaped media attention, writes Nabeel Allie
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