The dollar hits a 13-month low setting gold up for a 1.8% rise this week, its biggest weekly rise in two months
South African expats may come back home if the new tax rules take effect — but at African Bank, too many workers want to leave
Spokesperson for Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Ronnie Mamoepa, passed away on Saturday night
The DA and the IFP have an agreement in eight municipalities — but corruption allegations, by the ANC, could change all that
The size of the AdBlue treatment solution tanks agreed on was too small to clean exhaust gases by the necessary amount, Der Spiegel reports
There is so much political noise that no one is concentrating properly on the economy and what needs to be done to get it growing, the Investec CEO says
The economic development minister urges suppliers of data to bring down their costs on an expedited basis, without waiting for the outcome of the inquiry
Pressure is building on car makers and tech providers to tackle the rising number of deaths that occur from people checking smartphones for messages while driving
The Confederation of African Football has accepted changes including dealing with voting procedures, election processes and the appointment of staff
Saudi Arabian police say King Salman ordered the arrest to show ‘no one is above the law’
An inside look at how the royal-court drama unfolded shows the extent to which the kingdom’s recent leadership change was a power grab by a self-declared ...
Qatar’s neighbours are in no hurry, as they seek a solution ‘that will stick’, says Anwar Gargash
Ambassador refutes article implicating UAE in the posting of false quotes that led to the Saudi-led boycott of Qatar, reports The Washington Post
Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt imposed sanctions on Qatar in June, saying it financed extremist groups and allied with the Gulf states’ ...
Soros has repeatedly been targeted by Hungary’s right-wing government, in particular over his support for more open immigration
‘The number of casualties is devastating, but the war is also destroying the institutions and systems that societies need to function,’ says World ...
Defeat in key bastion diminishes jihadist group which has now lost much of the territory it captured in northwestern Iraq
Oil cartel Opec’s best chance to make a big dent in the lingering glut in the US lies in the remaining weeks of peak summertime demand
Qatar Airways CEO says he will buy up stock regardless of opposition from his counterpart, who has dismissed the move as ‘puzzling at best and concerning ...
Complying with US security requirements to avoid the ban is vital for Middle East operators as customers are switching airlines
The states that have accused Qatar of supporting extremism meet in Egypt to discuss the next move
The two teens have been denied visas to attend the FIRST Global robotics competition, and will watch from afar as their machine competes
In March, the US barred all e-devices larger than a cellphone in the cabins of direct flights to the US from 10 airports
India and Israel sign yearly defence deals of about $1bn but stay at arm’s length — until now, as the visit marks 25 years since the two ...
The two-day extension comes at the request of mediator Kuwait, and Doha was prepared simply to let it pass
List of demands for lifting of sanctions were made to be rejected and to curtail sovereignty, minister claims
Total and China National Petroleum prepare to develop phase two of world’s biggest deposit in nation’s first energy investment since lifting of sanctions
At least 18 killed in eastern Tahrir Square as pursued car bomber blows himself up
Iraqi forces launched a gruelling battle for Mosul more than eight months ago, and still have 200-300 IS fighters to contend with
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