The patriarch on Macron’s time at Rothschild, almost merging with Lehman — and why he’s inspired by the coach of Les Bleus
The shift by Chinese companies into more sophisticated capital goods has altered trade between China and developed countries, writes Tom Hancock
The president has described Molewa’s death as a "devastating loss"
The ANC secretary-general wants to "relay many other stories" at the state capture inquiry
David Kneale will assume the role of a strategic adviser after stepping down, while Vikesh Ramsunder will take over as CEO from January
The banking system has a gross exposure of R125bn to the agricultural sector, with R41bn of this held by the state-owned Land Bank
Magna Global study predicts online advertising could surpass $100bn for the first time
Questions are being asked about the government’s management of oil sales and earnings
Cheslin Kolbe is ready to step into fullback Willie le Roux’s boots
Repair firm iFixit this week published some of the first detailed teardowns of the new iPhones
Christine Blasey Ford has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault
A White House official said the US president wants to engage China to find a way forward
GOOGLE-CONGRESS/ (UPDATE 2):UPDATE 2-Google defends Gmail data sharing, gives few details on violations
Twenty flood gauges show some level of flooding in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia
After refusing to do so for years, Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Occidental Petroleum will become members of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative soon
The latest looney statement from the US president has the Spanish scratching their heads
'The OPEC monopoly must get prices down now!'
Celebrity Turkish chef Gokce deletes images of Maduro feasting from Instagram after thousands of angry messages
China announces retaliatory tariffs on $60bn in US goods, including aircraft, computers, beef and wine, and files a complaint with the World Trade Organisation
British diver Vernon Unsworth’s lawsuit seeks at least $75,000 of compensatory damages, plus unspecified punitive damages
The tropical storm, which has already damaged tens of thousands of homes and killed at least 17 people, will intensify again on Tuesday and Wednesday
Helicopters rescue about 50 people in North Carolina
Despite the US treasury secretary hinting at trade talks resuming, Trump declares war
The Category 1 hurricane made landfall at about 11.15am GMT with winds of 150km/h, but there are no reports of serious injury yet
Donald Trump’;s former campaign manager has already been convicted of bank and tax fraud after a trial in August
Speaking at a rally in Cleveland, without mentioning Trump, he said people ‘want to see a restoration of honesty and decency and lawfulness to our ...
The US secretary of state slams Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who ‘fancies himself the leader of the Islamic world’ but has done nothing ...
Increases in fuel and rents were offset by a drop in healthcare and clothing costs
India says the country’s sugar exports do not violate WTO rules as New Delhi does not give any subsidy for overseas sales
Venezuelan Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez has already had talks with Chinese oil firm CNPC, as the South American Opec member’s crisis deepens
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