The supply restraint by Opec and Russia props up crude, as does US oil production stalling due to icy weather
Whitey Basson is ‘sorry for the millions of people’ who have had their investments compromised by Steinhoff’s share collapse, and which MP is said to have stolen two calves?
A number of unions are targeting Wits, Unisa and the Durban University of Technology in a bid to get an 8% increase
Jan Friederich, the head of Middle East and Africa sovereign ratings at Fitch, talks to Business Day TV about what lies ahead for SA
It also expects an additional $3bn of Gulf-related costs this year, bringing the total disaster-linked costs to about $65bn
Growth accelerated to 6.5% in November from 5.2% in October, with the biggest positive contributors being platinum group metals, iron ore and coal
The diamond is the size of two golf balls, and is expected to fetch up to $50m; Laurence Graff’s Graff Diamonds is Gem Diamonds’ biggest shareholder
The East China Sea is a large fishing area, and species such as mackerel could be affected by a spill, Greenpeace said last week
De Villiers and Elgar steady the ship to give SA a lead of 118 after India’s captain makes merry
Market Theatre Laboratory students deliver a production celebrating the life of Chris Hani
‘Bro, my dad arranged a $20bn deal and you can’t spot me 400 shekels?’
Washington has announced a freeze on funding until Islamabad cracks down on alleged terrorist safe havens
Authorities, meanwhile, are addressing the concerns about the economy that sparked the original anti-government riots in which 21 people died
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to offer the foreigners $3,500 to return home or head elsewhere
The US president says the authority is hampering peace talks — but a Palestinian official says the state will not be blackmailed
BMWs and buzzing cafes are the result of a 2008 law that forces banks to lend at least 40% to local residents
Donald Trump has seized on the unrest as an opportunity to reinforce his opposition to the 2017 nuclear accord
The latest violence came despite President Hassan Rouhani’s promise that the country will crack down on ‘rioters and lawbreakers’
No responsibility for the attack has been claimed, but the Taliban was quick to deny any involvement
Death row convict Dr Ahmadreza Djalali says he is being punished for refusing to spy for Iran while working in Europe
With Qatar ostracised by its neighbours in the Gulf, the emirate is looking to diversity its economy and is to sign co-operation agreements in the region
The latest attack by Houthis could escalate the proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran
Death toll disputed in Mogadishu attack by militants waging an insurgency against UN-backed government
The Kansas-based cinema company, which operates mainly under its Odeon brand, could face stiff competition from Middle East-focused Vox Cinemas soon
Saudi Arabia is reported to want to eliminate energy subsidies in a bid to transform the oil-based economy and balance the budget
The decision, part of a series of radical social reforms, could boost the kingdom’s fledgling film industry, despite cleric’s warning of ...
Arab League ministers, meeting in an emergency meeting in Cairo late Saturday, urged Washington to rescind its Jerusalem decision
Haider al-Abadi said Iraq’s next battle would be to defeat the scourge of corruption
The US president’s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel is eliciting the expected response
‘We have given instruction to all Hamas members … to be fully ready for any new orders that may be given to confront this strategic danger that ...
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