European stocks were in the red on trade-deal worries as US stock futures fell 0.1%, with Asian shares also down
Covers on newspapers in the Western Cape in summer are unnecessary
‘The crisis in SAA not only threatens the jobs of SAA employees, it threatens all workers and taxpayers,’ the union's Dirk Herman says
He (and SA, most of all) needs a new party because that the DA failed when he was in charge wasn’t any of his fault, no really...
The ratings agency lowered the outlook to negative from stable warning that their profitability will ‘decline’ in the coming months
The bank left its inflation forecast unchanged since its September meeting – estimating inflation will average 4.2% in 2019, 5.1% in 2020, and 4.7% in 2021
But the president said the government was relying on the private sector to create much-needed jobs
The left-wing Labour Party leader’s manifesto will also promise tax increases that target only the top 5% of taxpayers
Game will reveal how far Chelsea manager has gone in creating a top-four side
In South Africa, there are tidal pools dotted along the False Bay coastline worth dipping into
From Morgan Housel at Collaborative Fund:
The Great Depression began with a stock market crash. October 24 1929. That’s the story, at least.
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