Miners have a good day, on a high trading day, as does Naspers, which closes at R4,090 with the share gaining 103% so far this year
A broader market is good for consumers of the metal but makes for a tougher job for whoever wins the next round of the presidential election, writes David Fickling
Molefe insists that he has ‘never been at a meeting to discuss the looting of state resources’
In an affidavit‚ Gwede Mantashe says the applicants sent the ANC a letter earlier in November‚ saying they made a ‘conscious decision to withdraw the court application’
Miners warn of job losses and lower output after WA unilaterally reintroduces higher gold royalty, that will affect Gold Fields and AngloGold
‘Investors always look ahead. Investors anticipated a long time ago that the country’s credit rating might be downgraded, says analyst
Transaction Capital says fare increases have led to greater profits, while competitive pricing and convenience are driving commuters away from buses and trains
Resignation of long-standing Zimbabwe president is welcomed by statesmen, organisations and political parties in South Africa and across the border
Allister Coetzee stresses the potentially disruptive effect of bringing in players who earn their living at clubs outside SA
In this extract from Ramaphosa: The Man Who Would be King, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks about the 1996 Johnnic deal
The Iranians are acting aggressively and ‘we are reacting to that aggression because enough is enough’, says Adel Jubeir
Sources say Saudi authorities are negotiating settlements with those detained on claims of corruption, offering deals for them to pay for their freedom
The country’s stock exchange fell 1% on Wednesday as authorities say $100bn has been misused ‘through systematic corruption and embezzlement’
Airbus gets an order for 430 A320neo-family jets, while Boeing sells 175 of its 737 Max jets and 40 of its 787 Dreamliners
The earthquake on Sunday was felt in several western provinces of Iran, Iraq and as far away as Turkey and Israel
The deadly quake hit the region around the border between the two countries, killing more than 140 people and leaving dozens trapped in the rubble
Billionaire tycoon Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, dubbed Saudi Arabia’s Warren Buffett, is among dozens of high-profile figures arrested or fired last weekend
The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority has targeted hundreds of individuals in anti-corruption swoop on princes, officials and billionaires, say insiders
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s arrests implicate three of the country’s richest people, including the 50th richest person in the world, worth ...
Some Saudis view the announcement as a sign that even the powerful can be held accountable, even as it smacks of a power grab; others see it as a pure ...
Hariri cited an assassination plot against him after leaving Lebanon for Saudi Arabia on Friday and criticised regional role of Iran and Hezbollah
Arrest of business tycoon in an anticorruption crackdown will likely send shock waves across a host of companies that count him as a major investor
Putin will hold separate talks with Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani and supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, as Russia and Iran co-operate on issues including ...
Under the Egyptian-brokered deal, the Palestinian Authority is due to take full control of Gaza by December 1 from Hamas
Despite Trump’s grandstanding, UN inspectors, world powers and the International Atomic Energy Agency have no problems verifying Iran’s behaviour ...
Easing restrictions on women is part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s plan to overhaul the economy to reduce its reliance on oil revenue
‘We have built, are building and will continue to build missiles, and this violates no international agreements,’ President Hassan Rouhani says
The president of the autonomous Kurdish region in Iraq says he will ‘remain a peshmerga (Kurdish fighter) among the ranks of the people of Kurdistan’
The Kurdistan Regional Government proposes an immediate ceasefire to talk with Baghdad, as its expected international support is nowhere to be seen
The plan includes a bridge across the Red Sea connecting the proposed city to Egypt and the rest of Africa, and where women are free to jog in leotards in ...
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