Markets are losing faith in the Trump presidency, but gold investors are waiting for clues from Janet Yellen on the Fed’s next monetary move, before deciding which way to jump
'On the island in Lord of the Flies, some of the boys die at the hands of their comrades. When, finally, the group is rescued, the boys have turned feral, hunting and killing one another'
'There is no intent at all to heighten military tension on the Korean peninsula as these drills are held annually and are of a defensive nature'
Hanekom has been given a deadline to argue why he should not be fired as chairman of the party’s disciplinary committee
The fuel company’s revenue grew in dollar terms, but fell in local currency, and its cut its dividend as it needs to finance large projects including Lake Charles
Tourist accommodation, land transport survey and food and beverages figures are scheduled for release on Monday, writes Sunita Menon
For Avi Joseph the devil is in the detail of his job at Discovery Vitality
The tycoon is trying again to consolidate his retail interests in a deal that may prejudice Shoprite minority shareholders
US boxing legend Mayweather and Irish Mixed Martial Arts star McGregor prepare to go toe to toe
Independent Zimbabwe-born artist Ronald Muchatuta finds a precious niche in Cape Town despite racial tensions and economic hardships, writes Valeria Geselev
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