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
In 2017 ‘extreme and indiscriminate violence’ killed the highest number of children — 50% more than in 2016
Some diplomats have said that the global body’s failure in Syria could be ‘the graveyard of the UN’, but others say it is a ...
‘The convoy for today is postponed, as the situation is evolving on the ground, which doesn’t allow us to carry out the operation’
Western companies were energetically exploring deals at an arms fair in Riyadh this week, with Saudi ready to work with Russia and Turkey, to America’s ...
A former Netanyahu aide and a top businessman are both in custody, linked to allegations of suspected fraud by the Israeli leader
Calls for a humanitarian truce in one of the bloodiest episodes of Syria’s seven-year-old conflict go unheeded
Close to 300 casualties recorded in three days of intense fighting between government and rebel forces
There are allegedly about 42,000 African migrants in Israel, half of them children, women or men with families who are not facing the April deportation deadline
The two new corruption probes fuel speculation Israel’s leader could be forced to step down or call an early election
UN warns of spiralling crisis and ‘senseless human suffering’ as Syria's army is said to be preparing to storm the rebel enclave
Cross-border exchange follows weekend escalation in violence
The hunt for a plane that disappeared with 66 people on board in Iran’s Zagros mountains was stopped as blizzard conditions made progress impossible for ...
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells a global security conference it’s time to confront the Islamic republic
US raises aid to Jordan to ‘highlight the pivotal role it plays in helping foster and safeguard regional stability’
The Israeli prime minister rejected calls to step down after police recommended his indictment for corruption, the biggest challenge yet to the premier’s long ...
The strikes destroyed Taliban training camps as well as operations by the Turkestan Islamic Movement, in the border region with China and Tajikistan
Israel criticised the Human Rights Council in March 2016 for launching this initiative at the request of countries led by Pakistan, calling the database a ...
Two days of conflict in the interim capital of Aden has claimed the lives of at least 36 fighters, while a deadly suicide bombing hit a UAE-backed checkpoint
Authorities warn they are still investigating how militants breached security, which was taken over by a private company three weeks ago at the landmark hotel
France calls for restraint and a UN emergency meeting after Turkish ground forces push into northern Syria
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