Platinums and retailers retreat on the Bank keeping the repo rate at 7%, the rand responds by firming to R12.8464 to the dollar
Nquthu says yes to the IFP and no to the ANC, and Thaddeus Metz asks where happiness meets meaning
The DA-led metros got the necessary votes in the hung municipalities due to the combined votes of the EFF, UDM, Cope, ACDP and Freedom Front Plus
Former mayor Parks Tau points to a lack of youth development plans, while Musa Novela is concerned about the removal of free water for all but the indigent
Investigation commissioned by Sexwale into company’s knowledge of Nenegate is due to wrap up in June
Consumer inflation has moderated but will remain ‘uncomfortably close’ to the upper limit of the target band, Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago says
Top Gun the re-make is ‘definitely happening’, but action movie sequels tend to come three years later — not three decades
With humidity, temperatures feel like 51°C as over-worked, malnourished workers collapse in garment factories
Captain of tournament’s firm favourites promises they will be ruthless in defending the title they won in 2013
Mike Whitfield, MD of Nissan Group of Africa, gives some insights on the company’s strategy on the continent
This was the 116th straight week that claims were below 300,000, a threshold associated with a healthy labour market
Soldiers are brought in as government buildings are vandalised and set alight by protesters who want Temer and his austerity measures gone
Most of the world is not making the small investment needed to prevent the global spread of disease, it says
Harley had been hailed by Trump for keeping jobs in the US, but American bike brands were dealt a blow by the decision to pull out of the Trans-Pacific ...
President Nicolas Maduro presses ahead with ‘confusing constituent assembly’ plan that will further centralise power in the struggling South American state
He also wants to allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge where ‘monster’ oil discoveries could raise $1.8bn over the next decade
Firm hired to distribute $4bn to victims of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme has racked up $38.8m in billings, while the investors are still waiting for their ...
New EU directive says banks must charge for research separately from broking services — Europe’s way of improving transparency after the 2008 global crash
The former US national security advisor, a key witness in the probe into Trump’s links with Russia, declines subpoena but may fall foul of ‘inherent contempt’
Meanwhile, incumbent Brazilian president Michel Temer is facing calls to step down due to corruption, but isn’t going without a fight
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