The JSE rebounded on Friday amid positive developments in US-China trade talks but general retailers extended their losses
Modern farming techniques in SA could and should be shared with Zimbabwe, as it could help stabilise the whole region and its agro-processing
Chang will remain in custody in SA until a hearing on February 5
Gauteng is a strategic province in which the DA hopes to force ANC support below 50% and install Msimanga as the party's first Gauteng premier
The results suggest Netflix’s unprecedented spending spree on new movies and shows may not pay off as quickly as expected
Standard Chartered economist Razia Khan talks to Business Day TV about the Reserve Bank’s rate decision
With Saudi Arabia supplying about 40% of SA’s crude oil, ties between the two countries are close
Human rights organisations have recorded at least 12 deaths, 78 gunshot injuries and more than 240 incidents of assault and torture
Cricket SA CEO Thabang Moroe points out that Gibson was hired purely to win the World Cup
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The governing party might unwittingly be inviting a backlash from its own supporters
Calls by a faction in the ANC to nationalise the Bank has serious and dangerous consequences
While the president was in Russia, ostensibly to seek loans to help revive the economy, there is no indication such help will be forthcoming
Politicians abrogated their responsibility when they put the issue to the vote
The country has never seen a peaceful, democratic transition of power
These symbols of division and xenophobia are not even effective at keeping people out
SA cannot afford to wait until the elections for change
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Fast, thorough, decisive: the Sars inquiry sets a new standard for how commissions should be conducted
Labour movements can bring about positive change in society by organising and campaigning to strengthen democracy and good governance
Deputy judge president Aubrey Ledwaba rules that Jacob Zuma must pay his own legal costs in his corruption case
The only thing that should shock South Africans is that the guidelines are not standard already
The stand-off in the UK over Brexit has culminated in the postponement of the most cruicial issue to be put before the British parliament in 40 yearas
An opinion poll by the Institute of Race Relations raises interesting points of political debate for voters.
The snap poll results showed the ANC at 56%, the ...
While the US by its own volition is edging out of the diplomacy arena, India’s economic growth is likely to start outpacing that of China in the near future
An independent investigation at Fortress Reit is a victory in the quest for transparency
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The cause is not only corruption; a larger problem is economic missteps, as can be seen in the government's approach to mining
Rand has started December on a firm footing, building on what was its best November against the dollar in about three decades
Gwede Mantashe's testimony before the Zondo commission left more questions unanswered and if the ANC members are not open and honest, the commission of inquiry ...
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