European shares are near a four-month peak as the dollar eases off highs and oil rises to $80 a barrel
If SA wants to increase its domestic market we should abandon our stringent visa regime
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De-politicising SOEs and transparent governance are just two points, along with dissolving the ‘ineffective and, frankly, pointless’ Department of Public Enterprises
Facebook’s CEO faces grilling over Cambridge Analytica scandal days before tough EU data protection rules take effect
An Organisation for Economic Co-operation Development survey says SA is the fifth hardest working country out of 50, with an average work week of 43.3 hours
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Not being aware what the fine print of your policy states can lead to nasty surprises
The Liverpool forward has struck 19 times this season and wants more
Below the well-used tourist paths lies a labyrinth that could give new insights into 4-million years of evolution, writes Shaun Smillie
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