Gold prices climb to one-week highs, boosted by lower dollar and economic and political uncertainty around the world
Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s foray into economics is embarrassing and without precedent, writes Cathleen Powell
DA stalwart Wilmot James, who is taking a year’s leave of absence, reflects on his time in the party and parliament, and on how the ANC has crushed new thought inside and outside the ruling ...
The Transport Minister is mediating the situation, with rail operators claiming the regulator’s operating charges are exploitative
Mkhwebane has defended her recommendation but says she is willing to hold discussions with those opposing it
'The odds were stacked against me because he had a gun and‚ if I could‚ I would want a rematch'
Demands are so far reaching it would appear to be hard for Doha to comply
Chinese rescuers scour through rocks in frantic search for more than 140 people feared buried after landslide smashed through mountain village in southwest ...
Japanese youth have little interest in job-hopping — and it’s seriously messing with the central bank’s efforts to jolt the economy to life
Rating downgrades were unfair, says Patrick Chinamasa, who is pleased to be having ‘fruitful engagements’ with his SA counterpart on increasing lines of credit
Euro-clearing staying in London after Britain leaves the EU is a key point of tension in Brexit talks, with thousands of jobs at stake
It’s moving at ‘cruising speed, not acceleration’, with Germany and France showing steady growth, even if lower than expected
Alongside billion-dollar deals, this year’s expo features flying robo-taxis, killer drones and a bid to revive Concorde-style supersonic travel
A trustee is seeking $100m in profits from early customers: if the fraud started after 1992, they may get to keep their money; if it started before, they lose ...
Presidential hopeful Emmerson Mnangagwa has had some success reforming agriculture, but has his work cut out selling the country to SA investors, writes Ray ...
Canada is aiming to legalise recreational marijuana in the next year, and some are worried its government could use a supply shortage as an excuse to delay ...
A suicide bomber detonated a bomb near a checkpoint in Quetta on Friday, which lies between a girls’ school, a girls’ college, a police office and an army ...
Masire, a key figure in Botswana’s independence movement, had died a few weeks short of his 92nd birthday
This is the first sentence for the confidante of former president Park Geun-hye in the corruption scandal that toppled the president and embroiled Samsung
Healthcare and drug stocks have rallied as the Republicans’ replacement for Obamacare is not quite as bad as feared — but the industry still deems it unworkable
To end their boycott, Doha must also announce it is severing ties with organisations including the Muslim Brotherhood, Islamic State, al-Qaeda and Hezbollah
The disclosure comes a day after the US pressed China to exert more pressure on North Korea
The EU’s pledge preempts a summit in Kampala aimed at raising at least $2bn to deal with the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis at 1.2-million displaced
The American student died following ‘evil treatment’ during his 17 months in captivity for stealing a propaganda poster
The Grenfell tragedy has acted as a focal point for anger at local authority funding cuts
IS insurgents choose to blow up a storied minaret rather than see opposing forces lower its flag — however, losing the mosque is a symbolic blow to IS
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