The local bourse started the week recording broad-based losses, with even rand hedges and miners brushing off a 1% slide by the rand
Good governance lacks the dramatic rhetoric beloved of revolutionaries — but it lies at the heart of improving the lives of the poor, writes Belinda Bozzoli
Kevin Wall told the Water Institute of SA that limited resources‚ public-sector restructuring and inefficiency have led to extreme pressure on infrastructure
At the ANC’s election manifesto workshop on Monday, Ramaphosa likened the process to the drafting of the Freedom Charter
Biotech companies at the epicentre of the government-backed war against superbugs are joining forces with big pharma in India
The news is expected to be mixed, with jobs stats likely to bring bad news, but optimism about the trade balance, producer inflation and credit extension
John Visentin said in a letter to Shigetaka Komori that a lawsuit by Fujifilm was a ploy to save a takeover that had already been blocked
Anxiety over the economic fallout is cutting deep in financial markets, with China’s yuan sliding to a six-month low
‘The new IAAF rules are deplorable for a number of reasons‚ not least bad science … and the total disregard of human rights,’ says ProBonoMatters’ petition
Entrepreneurs Albert van Wyk and Mpho Dagada on why impact counts more than sales, writes Lungile Sojini
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