Underwhelming Chinese activity data knock sentiment
Support for legislation enabling unexplained wealth to be probed is to be welcomed
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Provincial chair elect indicates he will support Ramaphosa’s re-election as ANC president
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Some in the industry believe a ban on the export of scrap will mean a more competitive steel industry, with lower prices passed on to consumers
Washington targets chief of staff Nathaniel McGill, chief prosecutor Sayma Syrenius Cephus and Bill Twehway, MD of Liberia’s National Port Authority
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Demographics paint a gloomy picture for continued US dominance, until one looks at the Chinese figures, argues Niall Ferguson
President Cyril Ramaphosa is about to appoint — on time, it seems — the next SA chief justice. He has run it close to the wind, inviting just a few weeks ago nominations from the public for a position that will become vacant when incumbent chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng retires at the end of the month.
Ramaphosa has an unhappy reputation for letting deadlines slide, something he promised at the start of his presidency he would not do. As one of the architects of our constitution, he will be acutely aware of the dangers of leaving the court more leaderless and damaged than Mogoeng’s management has already ensured...
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