Global risk-off trade dominates sentiment and the firmer rand hampers further appreciation, with platinum stocks leading the losses in the mining sector
Anil Agarwal wants to buy $2.4bn of Anglo American shares to help him create a resources conglomerate to rival the likes of BHP Billiton
The suspected kingpin behind the audacious OR Tambo International Airport cash heist of up to R200m posted pictures of himself with a new R5m Lamborghini on social media
The suspended Western Cape party leader has gone head to head with the secretary-general over Andile Lungisa’s election as chairman of the Nelson Mandela Bay region
Banking group Capital is paying ¤21m for its 40% interest in Creamfinance, which is registered in Cyprus and provides online consumer loan products
Merrill Lynch conference highlights positive shift among foreigners and local fund managers
Investments have already been put on hold or downscaled, says the EU Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Africa
Donald Trump may force Democrats to table to rescue Obamacare
Stephen Cook has mustered a meagre 17 runs in four innings in this series
But while mall operators see cosmetics as a bonanza, for the makeup sellers, too much new space could turn this beauty boom ugly
The industry’s worst fear — that this was an invitation to a mugging — has not been realised
One of the reasons for the improved balance is weak trade data, underpinned by lower imports that reflect weak consumer demand for imported goods
‘To grow further, the DA needs to jettison the baggage of the past and embrace a broader, more wholesome appeal’
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and his colleagues on the Constitutional Court bench have delivered a clear and stern lesson about accountability
The unknown unknown is US President Donald Trump’s economic policies — there’s a growing view he might prove to be much more ineffectual than expected
S&P is the big one to watch because it has SA’s foreign currency rating at BBB-, just one notch above subinvestment grade, 'junk'
The great irony is that PetroSA’s private sector comparator Sasol has been a remarkable success since it was weaned off government subsidies in 1997
Talk of strengthening the Presidency’s role in budgeting for the NDP and of budget reforms, inevitably raises red flags about the ANC’s intentions
The National Prosecuting Authority was a target simply because Zuma was facing more than 700 charges of fraud and corruption
The company’s revenue has almost doubled over five years, but the question is about how this growth has been achieved?
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