The rand was weaker after the JSE’s close, as the dollar regained some lost ground, and was at R11.61 by 6.30pm, almost unchanged from Thursday’s close
Even the DRC is seen as a better mining investment destination than SA, writes Terence Corrigan, but that can be changed
Sophistry and cant? Or frank resolve? The president’s first state of the nation address is music to some ears, but strikes a discordant note for others
There is speculation that Masualle will be replaced by former premier and current speaker of the provincial legislature Noxolo Kiviet
While the President did not say the Mining Charter would be withdrawn, he said he wanted negotiation between companies, unions and communities together with the government
The noose is likely to tighten around individual taxpayers’ necks, as Treasury looks to plug a R50bn-R90bn hole
Wine is seen as a prestige product in China, and Australia sells ‘a few vineyards a month’ to Chinese buyers — but can the buying spree last?
The US president has leapt on the indictments as ‘proof’ that his campaign staff did nothing wrong, while Moscow has dismissed them as ‘absurd’
For the elite field it quickly became a case of trying to catch Euro Steel’s Birkett and McGregor
An invitation to participate in SA’s cultural and economic recovery
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