The all share lifts 0.5% to 51,542.9 points; Kumba, African Rainbow Minerals, Gold Fields and AngloGold Ashanti are all up
So sure to be among the shortest-serving prime ministers two weeks ago, she can now hope for a tenure in line with Anthony Eden and other postwar occupants, writes Janan Ganesh
New laws and public opinion help to fight abuse, but campaigners say companies should do more, writes Lindsay Fortado
President Jacob Zuma’s last Cabinet reshuffle ‘glaringly exposed’ the lack of consultation on important decisions, within the ANC itself as well as the alliance, he says
Invicta CEO Arnold Goldstone discusses the company’s full-year results
Construction and mining both managed increases, and average salaries across the formal, nonfarm economy ticked up
An enterprising Cape Town-based company has produced hi-tech exhibits of the natural world for a US museum
Trading on a modest 10.4 p:e, Afrox is a share to consider as a core long-term portfolio holding
Springbok and Lions captain Whiteley has torn a ligament in his pelvis, but will not need surgery
Monsanto vowed to continue its legal fight against the designation, required under a state law known as Proposition 65, and called the decision "unwarranted on the basis of science and the law."
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