Oil prices rise, lifted by supply disruptions in Libya; US shale oil drillers seize the opportunity to ramp up output and exports
At the moment it’s expensive, but meat produced in a brewery is healthier, contains fewer antibiotics, is friendlier to the environment and is infinitely more humane
Gordhan says he was ‘inspired’ by Ahmed Kathrada, and noted the standing ovation was ‘an acknowledgment of a reasonably all right public servant’
It was less a funeral than one last political intervention from beyond the grave by someone whose life never ceased to seek meaning
European Commission says the deal would harm competition in the EU by creating a de facto monopoly for clearing bonds and repurchase agreements
‘While Judge Davis altruistically sought an overall review to improve the system, many of our members are concerned Treasury and SARS will only follow through on isolated recommendations’
It seems that companies have begun listening to their employees' demands for greater flexibility at work, says Richard Andrews, the MD of Inspiration Office, an office space and furniture consultancy.
SA retailers are finding it difficult to deal with inflation, competition and credit restrictions, writes Stafford Thomas
The Proteas captain says he is disappointed with his team’s batting performance, which was ‘very much under par’ in the final Test against New Zealand
The Vaccine Race shows how far vaccine research methodology has come and the huge effect vaccination has had on the world
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