Pin-striped suits exit Britain ahead of Brexit

Pin-striped suits are in fashion at Heathrow departures as London’s economy wobbles

Is Zuma playing his final card?

The president says Western governments want to oust him, a justification frequently used by dictators

Temer(ity) may cost Brazil its president

Eerie parallels in high-level political corruption between Brazil and another Brics country

First rounds fired in messy Brexit breakup

In keeping with divorce proceedings, testy words have been exchanged between the UK and EU

The prophet and the rusting lady

Corbyn, brutally caricatured by Britain’s bullying popular press as unelectable, proved them all wrong

SA’s economy is in trouble

Even more alarming is that economic performance is likely to worsen — an effect of Zuma’s cabinet reshuffle

Iran blames Trump for new Mid-East muddle

Kuwait steps in to mediate after Qatar experiences unprecedented falling out with other Arab states

A bit of a diplomatic shake-up

Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump’s awkward meeting may be symbolic of future US-EU relations

TRENDING: May have been a mistake …

UK Conservatives have backtracked on a new policy proposal after losing ground in the polls

No canary in the coal mine

Ramatlhodi took a long time to raise state capture claims. But they do help piece the puzzle together

This may have been the day

Zuma’s premier league friends find themselves unable to swim against the tide

A revolution in the making?

French voters rebel against mainstream parties as opposition to globalisation picks up pace

Turkey’s questionable Recep for success

Dreams of empire help fuel support for an increasingly autocratic leader

Thabo Mbeki: A question of conscience

Mbeki draws attention to Mogoeng’s Nkandla ruling: office-bearers ignore constitutional obligations at their peril

SA’s media put on notice

There’s a bitter irony to Jackson Mthembu’s appeal to parliament to regulate the media