‘The market is in a tug of war between short-term bullish drivers which are very true, very visible and very strong versus real concerns for the oil market balance for 2018’
Shinzo Abe’s snap election gambit most obviously invites comparison to the UK’s Theresa May, and Mediclinic regroups after the rejection of its takeover bid for Spire
Education department head Enock Nzama waxed lyrical about enlisting the help of traditional leaders to keep kids out of pubs and schools safe, but there is confusion over the roll-out of the project
Speaker battles to juggle roles in government, party and on campaign amid lack of funds
The Greater Europe Investment Trust, whose portfolio comprises investments in Western and Eastern European firms, has £313m assets under management
The finance minister delivers his mini-budget — a roadmap of the government’s spending priorities over the next three years — on Wednesday, writes Asha Speckman
In publishing the Mining Charter the Mineral Resources Minister had purported to exercise powers that resided exclusively with Parliament, says Chamber of Mines
The violent disruption of an election training session, incited by Raila Odinga’s sister, has stirred up fears of potential violence in this week’s election
SA concluded a series sweep in emphatic fashion, but will be without their captain for the Twenty20 series
Whether you seek art, culture or just a good dip, the city has it all, writes Alexander Matthews
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