European markets see sharp losses after disappointing eurozone data, but some local stocks push higher anyway
The breakdown of coal-fired power stations is a matter for the shareholder to deal with, instead of the executive
President Cyril Ramaphosa says white land owners are no longer in a position to resist government's land reform policies.
Political analyst Daniel Silke talks to Business Day TV about the high number of parties contesting the 2019 elections
Air disaster unlikely to halt successful African airline's steep ascent
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Gilan Gork is a mentalist, the author of ‘Persuasion Games' and the founder of The Influence Institute
The extension of the Pension Funds Adjudicator's mandate could surely only have been intended to ensure that the outcomes are fairer for legally unsophisticated members and beneficiaries
SA’s ambassador to the UN welcomed the council’s resolution, saying that barring Caster Semenya is like excluding a child from class for having a high IQ
A new holographic headset and an image sensor are evolving what we understand computers to be in the cloud computing era
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