The dollar hits a 13-month low setting gold up for a 1.8% rise this week, its biggest weekly rise in two months
Machines may be replacing people on soul-destroying production lines but Adam Smith’s warning about stultifying work still holds, writes Tim Harford
This is his latest broadside in a blistering row sparked by the waves of arrests under the current state of emergency
The DA and the IFP have an agreement in eight municipalities — but corruption allegations, by the ANC, could change all that
Struggling retail group opts to reward lower-ranked management
There is so much political noise that no one is concentrating properly on the economy and what needs to be done to get it growing, the Investec CEO says
About 20 years ago Hans Fouche became a chocolate engineer, printing confections
Being frugal should come with bragging rights, writes Angelique Ardé
The Confederation of African Football has accepted changes including dealing with voting procedures, election processes and the appointment of staff
Some 60% to 90% of people will suffer from lower-back disorders at some time
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