Trading on the local bourse has been choppy, with international markets this week lacking a clear direction
Trade war makes it more likely that US and China could slide into a real war, Gideon Rachman says
Listeria bacteria were detected in its Farmer’s Deli viennas
Current DA federal chairperson Trollip will face a motion of no confidence tabled by the EFF in Nelson Mandela Bay in April
Paul Jacobs reportedly clashed with other members of the company’s board over how Qualcomm defended itself against a hostile bid by Broadcom
However, the South African Agricultural Machinery Association expects sales for the full year to be similar to last year, when 6,362 units purchased
Sasol objects and Business Unity SA says the bill should be halted until an integrated mitigation system has been finalised
Mugabe says he does not hate Mnangagwa, but that he had ‘betrayed the whole nation’ and that his presidency is ‘illegal’
Dane shows top form in women’s competition as Schurter is primed to defend men’s title
Masha Gessen traces the rise of 21st century totalitarianism in Russia
Instead of ushering in a new era of political reform, as once expected, he has become just another all-powerful strongman
References to the Japanese prime minister, his wife and Finance Minister Taro Aso were removed to match testimony in a scandal over a discounted land sale
Beijing warns of disaster for world economy if US enforces metal tariffs
President Xi Jinping can now rule the world’s most populous nation and second-largest economy indefinitely as the National People’s Congress abolishes ...
India’s steel factories are boosting production to keep up with its ambitious infrastructure plans, with Anand Mahindra tweeting, ‘India can stand ...
Sales for the first two months of 2018 combined were up 1.7%, but the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers has predicted 3% growth this year
The fiery leader turns on the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing after détente fails
The country’s February exports grew at their fastest pace in three years, 44.5%, showing its domestic, and global, resilience
Foreign Minister Wang Yi says that globalisation makes a trade war is ‘a mistaken prescription’ and ‘the outcome will only be harmful’
Sluggish wages mean the Bank of Japan is unlikely to bring forward a debate on exiting its stimulus programme
USS Lexington and USS Yorktown fought three Japanese aircraft carriers in the Second World War’s Battle of the Coral Sea, the first ever between carriers
Instead of the initial violent bloodbath and mass rape, the current situation is described as ‘a lower-intensity campaign of terror and forced ...
The North will also suspend weapons tests and hold candid talks with the US to normalise relations, if the safety of Kim Jong-un’s regime is guaranteed
North’s Kim Jong-un intends to ‘vigorously advance’ ties and pursue reunification, while Moon Jae-in tells the military to focus ‘all ...
The USS Carl Vinson will make a four-day port call to the central city of Danang and officers will visit a centre for victims of Agent Orange
President Xi Jinping ratchets up his drive to curb debt risk, poverty and pollution, while authorities will reduce smog in key areas
The UN Human Rights Council has voted to call on rights investigators to ‘conduct a comprehensive and independent inquiry into recent events in Eastern ...
The South hopes the contact will pave the way for further talks — both bilateral and with other countries
A warning on ‘separatist schemes’ in Taiwan, and the omission of a reassuring phrase on the other two, betrays Beijing’s growing ...
Beijing says it will not sit idle if US steel-tariff measures affect its interests
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