Brent crude futures fell 20c to $75.14 a barrel in early trade while US crude futures lost 72c to trade at $65.13
The latest iteration of the Mining Charter still needs work, unsurprisingly, but at least this time it seems the industry is being allowed to get involved
They are reviewing all forensic reports commissioned by state-owned enterprises to ensure all cases are investigated, and assets seized where appropriate
The special NEC meeting also discusses the fate of leadership structures in the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape and the North West
A report written in 2013 after a Lloyds manager took her concerns to police alleges HBOS executives knew of the fraud as early as 2004 and failed to properly disclose it
The sharpest falls were seen in visitor numbers from Europe in general, and Germany and the UK specifically, while Brazil was an anomaly
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe gives more details on the third iteration of the Mining Charter
The activists, hailed as heroes, are now branded traitors by the government, which accuses them of being ‘hostile to the kingdom’
The outcome of an independent review will be announced at 3pm and will explain what led to the former Springbok walking out during a live broadcast
Destructive behaviour of burning paper turns into symbolic butterflies
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