Metal edges up as tension in the Middle East, developments in North Korea and political situation in the UK and US sap investors’ risk appetite
It is likely Jacob Zuma will survive his eighth no-confidence vote
The disclosure comes a day after the US pressed China to exert more pressure on North Korea
The president’s hold on power is weakening, analysts say — but they do not expect him to be recalled before the party’s elective conference in December
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Policy makers must be aware of SA’s vulnerability — such as foreigners holding a big chunk of the country's debt, says S&P's Konrad Reuss
Political instability and credit downgrades are cited as the reasons most bosses surveyed by the Merchantec CEO confidence index are pessimistic about growth
Investment behemoth Remgro has fortified its stake in Distell, the producer of intoxicating brands such as Savanna, Hunter’s, Nederburg, Klipdrift and Amarula, to mention just a few. This has been ...
Combined with a sudden change from Wednesday’s fierce heat to drizzle and damp, it became hard for the stricken Svitolina to cope
Hollywood, for all its sins, is faithfully tracking the disintegration of the American way of life, writes Yunus Momoniat
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