Stocks with a bias toward the local economy showed substantial gains, with banking and property stocks reaching record highs
'Prosecuting Zuma will add to divisions in the party and alienate the substantial part of the organisation which still backs Zuma. Ramaphosa will have to choose: Party unity or electoral credibility'
The programme will result in thousands of economic migrants being expelled and critics say it will pit migrants against each other with dire results
'We call on the newly elected leadership of the ANC to immediately occupy itself with a clear and practical programme of action'
Higher customs duty on imported phones hits Apple hardest, as Samsung and Xiaomi assemble the majority of their phones in India
The ANC’s make-or-break election race to succeed Jacob Zuma as president is billed as an epic battle between good and bad, but in politics there is perhaps no such thing
Adding some Belgian hops to the hospitality recipe
For people who are determined to be trend setters there are few fintech or ‘fourth revolution’ counters trading on the JSE at the moment
The international fly-half, who made 77 appearances for France, also enjoyed successful stints at the Sharks
John Rapley’s Twilight of the Money Gods takes readers on a fascinating journey through the history of economic thought, writes Roger Southall