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
For now‚ Joe Root’s team are reeling from one ridiculousness to the next
England beat SA by two wickets, with two balls to spare in their World Cup semifinal
Du Plessis returned to the fold for the second Test at Trent Bridge‚ where SA won for the first time at the ground since 1965
Man of the match Asela Gunaratne anchored the chase to perfection
Philander’s results in England bear comparison with all-rounder legend
SA turn the tables on home team at Trent Bridge to win second Test inside four days
Australia’s A team were meant to play four-day matches and a 50-overs tri-series against India and SA on the tour, but are boycotting the series due to a ...
Solid though unspectacular batting by Dean Elgar, Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis earns SA complete control of the second Test against England
Tourist side Zimbabwe are in sight of a first Test victory against Sri Lanka
Underperforming Duminy dropped as Faf returns with SA likely to go into second Test with four frontline quicks
Leg spinner Dane Van Niekerk, who is also SA’s captain, claimed 4/24 to help her team dismiss the Lankans for 101
Proteas bowler notches up 13 wickets with no-balls
‘I was‚ at the time‚ in a very vulnerable financial state and this dilemma too easily persuaded me to participate in spot-fixing,’ says seventh man exposed in ...
Victory on Wednesday will make the South Africans serious contenders for a place in the semifinals
SA were thrashed last week in the first Test against England, and stand-in captain Elgar seems relieved to be handing the reins back to Faf du Plessis
Duminy’s Test future in doubt as Proteas batsmen crumble after bowlers have England on the hop
South Africans let things slip after lunch on the fourth day of the first Test against England
Too many of England’s 458 runs were smote from deliveries that were pitched too wide and too short
The initiative, spearheaded by former fast bowler Vince van der Bijl, will introduce proper coaching‚ equipment‚ kit and the construction of three ...
Philander gives SA great start, but dropped catches and no-balls hand England the advantage
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