The deterioration in global sentiment did not immediately play out in the rand, which is headed for its best weekly gains since mid-July
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South African automotive chiefs say the nonreciprocal preferential trade deal is in the interests of both countries
Former geography teacher David Smith is the go-to guy for establishing radio stations in conflict zones in Eastern Europe and Africa to ease tensions
The tycoon is trying again to consolidate his retail interests in a deal that may prejudice Shoprite minority shareholders
Victories by Manchester’s clubs during the opening weekend suggested they could be the teams to chase this term
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