Euro poised for its biggest single-day percentage gain in more than three weeks
In 1971, Shell drilled into what became Qatar’s North Field to find not oil, but vast quantities of gas, the rest is a history of political power play, writes Robin M Mills
A spokesperson says the Guptas’ philosophy is that disruptive companies and more competition is what SA needs to be transformed
Mmusi Maimane’s rhetoric is heating up as the elections loom, calling for Malusi Gigaba — ‘Father Christmas’ — to step down as Finance Minister
Deputy Finance Minister Sfiso Buthelezi says a roadmap for the industry will tackle issues ranging from transformation and inclusion, to market development
Read the statement of the Monetary Policy Committee in full: 'Four members preferred a reduction‚ while two members preferred an unchanged stance'
The economic development minister urges suppliers of data to bring down their costs on an expedited basis, without waiting for the outcome of the inquiry
The 24-hour stoppage saw parts of Caracas and other cities paralysed and ramps up an opposition-led challenge to President Nicolas Maduro
Free State withstand a strong Pumas onslaught with two tries in the last five minutes to earn a deserved 63-41 win
A study published in the Lancet says a third of dementia cases could be prevented by avoiding risks including obesity, depression and, surprisingly, hearing loss
He understood that we were all in a sense victims of an oppressive system and mental slaves of generations of indoctrination
The ANC’s success with radical economic transformation can be seen in the lower-than-planned tax revenues, limited capital investment and low economic ...
Bell Pottinger could hardly have designed a strategy of diversion without knowing what it was for
Had Israel lost the war it would have been its last, as no Arabs would tolerate Jews living in their land
Woolworths is short of being a world-class business for a number of reasons
Gauteng’s water crisis thanks to an inefficient Department of Water and Sanitation, SAA, Eskom, SABC and Sapo are all ANC-made crises
Commentary on the Reserve Bank is like monetary Stockholm syndrome, where we believe the best of our money monopolist
To reduce the public exposure of the financial state of businesses listed on the JSE will exacerbate matters
JSE proposal will in all likelihood sink Business Day and with it the best and most informed commentary and analysis of business
To have the business press collapse would be as bad as a company that dismantles a fire alarm
Here is the solution: bring Duminy back but bat him lower in the order
When the Palestinians made their first of many mistakes by rejecting the UN offer, all bets were off
The ‘R2bn for Zuma’ shows the more corrupt you are, the bigger the golden handshake
Bonuses at Eskom show the board has no understanding of the damage it has done to the South African economy
Another structural issue requiring attention is the low savings rate
The major problem is that the Israeli government of Benjamin Netanyahu continues to allow Jewish settlements to be built on Palestinian land
Has the DA considered this as a solution to the water problem?
Channel surfing reveals a veritable comedy of clowns
Where were all the skills education training authorities (Setas)?
The Communal Land Tenure Bill has far-reaching ramifications
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