With the US and UK markets closed today, rising tension between the US and Iran has had little impact so far
To fight nationalist-populists such as Indian leader Narendra Modi, you cannot treat them like regular politicians
SA has a very high HIV prevalence rate, but this is partly because people are living longer due to antiretroviral therapies
Zille says the party tried to 'crush' her and force her out
Potential power disruption and industrial action are risks that could materially reduce SA platinum supply in 2019. Wage talks begin in June
8.3m (40.7%) of SA youth aged 15 to 34 were not in employment, education or training. In the Eastern Cape province, the percentage jumps to 47.1%
You can now use your investment allowances to buy offshore life cover
The R2.4m death claim following the murder of Nathan Ganas featured at Momentum’s claim statistics briefing
It may worry the New Zealand coach that the Kiwis are giving away more penalties than usual in Super Rugby, given they have a World Cup to defend soon
A UK team has synthesised a version of the organism, which throws up questions about the ethics of genome editing, writes Anjana Ahuja
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