The JSE is dragged down by an extended mining rout amid a sharp drop in the copper price, attributed to production cuts in Chile and Indonesia
Volumes are down, executives are leaving, and the LME still has archaic trading structures linked to sailing times at the turn of the 19th century, writes Andy Homes
The presidency says no inquiry will be instituted into the two regarding their fitness to hold office; they are, however, still on special leave
The EFF leader appeared in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court, over calls for people to occupy land
Barclays Africa CEO Maria Ramos speaks about a tough operating environment, pressure for transformation in the sector and the separation from Barclays Plc
The Department of Energy says the rand appreciated against the dollar leading to a lower contribution to the basic fuels price
The Beverage Association of SA welcomes the small respite for drinks manufacturers and importers in Pravin Gordhan budget
Germany may refocus its economic policy towards Asia given Trump’s pursuit of protectionism, as China pushes past the US and France
Returning flyhalf becomes youngest captain of Bulls
A 250% hike in royalty fees to a performers’ rights organisation means no Rihanna or Beyoncé but plenty of Glen Miller, Mozart and some foxtrot
What are the ANC’s ‘precolonial boundaries’, and do they factor in major movements of tribes across SA?
Can you imagine if we end up with Brian Molefe and Des Van Rooyen running the Treasury in a last-ditch attempt at grand-scale theft?
Interference by politicians only undermines the competition authorities’ integrity and effectiveness
To allow march against foreign nationals will be a dereliction of duty by the president, the premier of Gauteng and the mayor of Tshwane, among others
The popular narrative says Gordhan is SA’s reluctant hero, but let’s look at some of his faults
Unfortunately Huntington is no longer around to defend himself against intellectual lightweights
LETTER: According to the National Development Plan, SMMEs are expected to provide a staggering 90% of new jobs by 2030
The ANC Youth League demands the resignation of our respected finance minister and the ANC Women’s League demands a female president — but with one preselected ...
This is a simpler and cheaper solution than fancy desalination plants
The ANC secretary-general informed the media there was no chance Brian Molefe would become an MP
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