A sliding Chinese yuan, and weaker dollar environment help lift some local miners, with the stronger rand giving positive direction to banks and retailers
Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi warns about ‘entrenched state capture forces’ in his department, and there’s good and bad news for farmers
In an independent inquiry, Suzanne Daniels was found guilty on four charges, including the distribution of confidential Eskom information to a third party
The former ANC MP says the party uses a collective decision-making system and so it is difficult to expect an individual to change the entire organisation
The move further distances the retail company from its parent, troubled retailer Steinhoff International
President Cyril Ramaphosa also told the Gauteng ANC elective conference that ANC members’ tendency to instigate violent and destructive protests must end
When the industry says what you are proposing will kill it, you should sit up and listen, the AngloGold Ashanti chair says
The countries’ leaders held extensive talks about projects in the energy and technology sectors, as well as infrastructure, while Xi Jinping was in Abu Dhabi
History says SA’s record could take another dent in Colombo
Istanbul’s trade hub plays host to a festival concert for the first time
We have made it nearly impossible for exploration companies to do business here
We may have gone backwards but there is still enough hunger for progress
It has been demonstrated that the extent and nature of a country’s connections, to the global and the regional economy, is one of the single biggest ...
In order to take the next step, the DA must show it can also do politics
SA can do well to learn from countries that have legislated for female representation
Multichoice … was of course once a disrupter itself, following in the footsteps of Sky Television
Getting private sector players involved will take more than putting a stake up for sale
Zuma and Daniel Mantsha have a lot in common — most notably a relationship with the Guptas
Most voters are probably wondering why the minister of home affairs is still in government at all
Sorting out its bills will also elevate City Power to a role model
If there is a saving grace, it’s that the Department of Trade and Industry has attacked this problem with vigour
Global events out of our control are not the only thing that has driven the rand lower
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene rightly describes SARS as the single most critical agency enabling the government to function
A lesson to be learnt from Emmanuel Macron is that to attract investors, promises must be specific and implementation swift
It is imperative for the government, financial institutions and SA at large that Eskom does not fail. How can SA minimise this risk?
Large tobacco companies, organised crime networks and key politicians colluded to neutralise the unit’s capacity
The bickering and carping of the Zuma era have given way to something approaching mutual respect, and it is crucial that this moment is not lost
Who can argue against the view that the deaths have reached ‘disastrous proportions’?
The glue that held the western alliance together is coming unstuck
South Africans have lost faith in a public service that has forgotten how to serve
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