First-round victory for the pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron sends MSCI’s gauge of stock indexes across the globe to a record high
In the current juncture, corporate reputations have assumed unprecedented ascendancy against other assets, which were previously supremely priced
More than 150 Afghan soldiers were also wounded in the assault when 10 Taliban militants, including suicide bombers, stormed an army base in the north
Zuma may need a pardon from his successor to avoid being jailed for 783 graft charges that were dropped before he became president in 2009
Traders got burned by a constellation of souring debts tied to a coal-mining giant and struggling mall retailers, as well as wagers linked to the US dollar
The economic development minister says domestic savings will have to increase so SA can finance more of its growth efforts from its internal resources
Despite having a dance and acting background, Nicqui Galaktiou has gone on to found and direct an attorneys’ firm
Autocrats have beaten democrats in bond markets
Multiple-try romp ensures seven-time champions keep a clean record after eight matches
Gwen van Embden’s Mountain + Water exhibition reflects the uncertainty and chaos engulfing SA and part of the world, writes Mary Corrigall
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