The market is cautious ahead of the ANC’s NEC meeting this weekend; European markets are slightly lower, apart from the FTSE 100
Tokyo Sexwale says Jacob Zuma is too conflicted to be part of an inquiry into state capture, not to be outdone, the president sets up his own probe into Eskom
Research Institute Pari has published a report saying the former public enterprises minister appointed people with Gupta-Zuma-aligned interests to the boards of SOEs
Traditionally‚ meetings start with the political overview from the president or a report by the ANC secretary-general — both of which usually take an hour to deliver
Income-chasing investors looking to hedge currency bets both ways (against a potentially stronger or weaker rand) should look afresh at Redefine Properties
Outlook risks ‘could deteriorate amid uncertainty’
Mineral resources minister is said to want to increase mandatory black ownership of mining assets, drawing opposition from those who fear it will deter investment
The top US diplomat has personally hosted a Ramadan event every year since 1999
Rafael Nadal has won nine French Open titles, winning 10 has got everyone excited, except Nadal who says ‘the only important thing is arrive here, play well’
Makala, by French director Emmanuel Gras, follows Congolese coal seller Kabwita, who goes door-to-door selling coal on his bicycle
One of the mandates given to Nedlac was to ensure that there is a system which will create more jobs
Unions are angry with General Motors for leaving, but they should stop referring to employers as ‘the enemy’
Skills development in the sciences, maths and engineering will grow as demand for these skills matches the increase in investment in energy
Numsa’s Irvin Jim has a misguided view of why General Motor’s is leaving SA
Obviously, Molefe was never going to settle for a job as an ordinary MP — that was a huge salary cut
Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nkwinti has been making noises about inherited land being expropriated without compensation
Since the ability to read is essential for education, how come the government continues to forestall the provision of libraries at more than 80% of schools?
Our state entities must get their act together
Land dispossessions happened for more than 300 years and it will take more than a window of five years to redress its undesirable effect
We were a "resource-rich" country but the political, financial and social framework that has been created will probably mean much of that wealth will stay in ...
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