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Newly appointed Richemont CEO Jérôme Lambert does not have CFO Burkhart Grund report to him
President Cyril Ramaphosa received Gigaba's letter of resignation on Tuesday, a day before the president was meant to take action against him
Opposition parties say Gigaba is not off the hook and he should still testify before the state capture inquiry
The fund’s offshore investments help offset the muted growth in the local market
Deputy energy minister says SA does not have the luxury of choice when many people do not have access to power
Deloitte Africa director Leslie Yuill talks to Business Day TV about the executive pay survey
Amnesty stripped the civilian leader of its top award over indifference to atrocities committed against Rohingya Muslims
The latest world rankings have Winx and UK galloper Cracksman on the same total
Le principe du plaisir topped the price fetched by Magritte’s La corde sensible, which was sold in 2017 for $17.9m
Brexit deal almost in 'touching distance' as major EU deadline looms
Record fall in eastern European workers ahead of Brexit
A former Nazi concentration camp guard voiced his shame at having been part of the SS but told a German court he was unaware of the systematic killings there.
Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic chides his treatment during World War I centenary commemorations in Paris
Berlin now says it wants to avoid talks lasting 100 years and will give proceeds to the EU
A total 51 states, including all EU members, have pledged their support for a new international agreement to set standards on cyberweapons and the use of the ...
UK premier’s strategy under attack from all sides, increasing risk that her plan for leaving EU will be rejected by parliament
The guillotined French queen’s treasure was last seen in public about two centuries ago
French officials vow to inspect buildings deemed unsuitable for habitation after two buildings in Marseille collapse on Monday
The decree will radically reduce the number of migrants receiving 'humanitarian protection', a lower level of asylum status based on Italian rather than ...
Investigation opened in February on the basis of findings by the EU’s European AntiFraud Office is closed by Hungary police
Up to 50 banks are applying for licences that will allow them to continue doing business in the EU after Britain quits the bloc
The parents of a sick gir have been jailed after using the child's illness to solicit donations they spent on themselves
Some say December is a sure thing, but some European capitals are planning for how to deal with a ‘no-deal Brexit’
May battles to meet contradictory demands from EU and her own party
The poorly written memo describes a resounding Brexit-deal success pulled off by Theresa May with much praise coming from world leaders
Independent poll finds 54% of voters now would back staying in the EU while 46% back Brexit
Germany keen to put surviving Nazi war criminals on trial before they die
Six people have been arrested — five men and one woman — are currently in custody and being interrogated
Levy on high-tech giants faces opposition from some Nordic countries and Ireland
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