Miners have a good day, on a high trading day, as does Naspers, which closes at R4,090 with the share gaining 103% so far this year
A broader market is good for consumers of the metal but makes for a tougher job for whoever wins the next round of the presidential election, writes David Fickling
Molefe insists that he has ‘never been at a meeting to discuss the looting of state resources’
In an affidavit‚ Gwede Mantashe says the applicants sent the ANC a letter earlier in November‚ saying they made a ‘conscious decision to withdraw the court application’
Miners warn of job losses and lower output after WA unilaterally reintroduces higher gold royalty, that will affect Gold Fields and AngloGold
‘Investors always look ahead. Investors anticipated a long time ago that the country’s credit rating might be downgraded, says analyst
Transaction Capital says fare increases have led to greater profits, while competitive pricing and convenience are driving commuters away from buses and trains
Resignation of long-standing Zimbabwe president is welcomed by statesmen, organisations and political parties in South Africa and across the border
Allister Coetzee stresses the potentially disruptive effect of bringing in players who earn their living at clubs outside SA
In this extract from Ramaphosa: The Man Who Would be King, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks about the 1996 Johnnic deal
The potentially vital away goal came from 19-year-old Sipho Mbule‚ making only his second start for the club
Ibrahimovic drew the biggest cheer of the day when he appeared as a 77th-minute substitute
Dumisani Zuma and Gustavo Paez were the main culprits in the 1-0 semifinal loss
Arsenal head into the match with Tottenham in sixth place, four points adrift of Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham
Argentinian businessman Alejandro Burzaco testifies that broadcasters took part in a $15m bribe to a Fifa executive to secure media rights to the 2026 and 2030 ...
New Zealand international arrives in Johannesburg early on Friday morning after the World Cup play-off against Peru
Baxter blames his delayed appointment to the coaching seat as the reason for the national team’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup
Playoff triumph over Honduras sets Socceroos on course for Russia
Player ratings from a fourth defeat in six qualifying games
Thulani Serero explais his decision to shun the national team
The case against three ex soccer bigwigs has started in dramatic style, with jurors being guarded, witnesses threatened and heavy debate around ‘four ...
Bafana Bafana’s World Cup campaign was lost in their defeats against Cape Verde
A late fitness test will determine if maskman Itumeleng Khune will be on the field at the Peter Mokaba Stadium
Baxter ‘does not have too many options’
The Kaizer Chiefs playmaker has netted 12 goals for his country and often came up with a stunner when it was needed most
If Thulani Serero comes across as one of the smuggest‚ big-headed players to have pulled on a Bafana jersey‚ his actions this week appear to confirm that.
Stuart Baxter will be relieved to finally have his full squad in camp
A video referee will be used in England’s friendly against Germany
The pace of the Premier Soccer League takes a toll on the ex-Al Ahly striker
The Eastern Cape club says the parting was mutual
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