Concerns that the Fed will have to wrestle with elevated inflation for a long time slowed this week’s rally
In energy matters, the government appears enslaved by ‘first world’ norms and standards
The accused were arrested as part of a Hawks operation to nab alleged instigators who incited public violence during looting and destruction in 2021
Africa's largest start-up faces allegations of personnel harassment and money laundering
Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Larry Masson, a financial adviser and franchise principal at Consult by Momentum.
Parent company London-listed Pearson Plc said the disposal was part of a strategic review.
US attorney-general Merrick Garland has asked a judge to unseal the search warrant for Trump’s home
Top swimmers have a rivalry that could develop into one of SA sport’s greatestt
Rushdie’s condition is not immediately known
Depending on who you ask and who’s paying them, the identity of SA’s current president varies wildly.
Julius Malema, for example, keeps insisting that our real president is Pravin Gordhan. Half of the ANC will tell you it’s really Jacob Zuma, or at least should be. And if you buy him lunch at the Wimpy and dry-clean his camouflage onesie, Carl Niehaus will tell the world it’s you.
All of them are, of course, hopelessly mistaken. Because, as of last week, the real president of SA is Xi Jinping.
China’s decision to pour enormous sums of money into the ANC’s two en-suite toilets (Eskom and Transnet) has raised a few alarms.
Some commentators are worried about the terms of the loans: Peter Bruce cited the case in which Sri Lanka surrendered an entire port to China after it failed to repay its debt.
At what point, we wonder, will Richards Bay become the People’s Democratic Revolutionary Harbour Facility (African Sub-Directorate) Number 6b?
I understand these concerns, but must confess th...
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