The all share fell 1.56% on the day, and the top 40 1.72%, with industrials and gold miners also falling
Regulations that call for shareholders to be given a say are far too soft
The state-owned arms company says it is doing all it can to find the money but unions are running out of patience
In countries with endemic corruption, such as SA, governing elites loot because they don’t see it as wrong — and because they get away with it
The hotel and gaming group will acquire a 50.1% stake in SA’s premier sports betting and entertainment site for R49m
Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Sanisha Packirisamy, economist at Momentum Investments
Having data at your fingertips and keeping an eye on the long term is crucial
Data is the clearest evidence that the US economy’s recovery from the recession is faltering.
Play should start in September with the structure of competition yet to be announced
Mothers and mental illness loom large on the bookshelves this month, and the tales of local authors are both tender and compelling
Follow the debate on President Jacob Zuma's speech in Parliament as it happens:
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