Saudi Arabia, the de facto leader of the Opec cartel, says co-operation on production cuts could extend beyond the 2018 time frame of the current year
There could still be some intriguing deal making in the year ahead — especially on the small-to mid-cap company front
The Western Cape premier has called in the province’s head of legal services, to determine how to avert anarchy when the taps run dry
The sweeping changes made at Eskom at the weekend have been described as a glimmer of hope, writes Theto Mahlakoana
The platinum miner has also breached temporarily suspended debt covenant conditions, in results that underscore why it is a target for Sibanye-Stillwater
Inflation is expected to moderate further in 2018, writes Asha Speckman
SA’s Reserve Bank governor will take on a three-year post as the head of the International Monetary and Finance Committee, and is the second African to hold the position
There are many other ways to gain exposure to offshore markets
The colt was the subject of some sustained bids, but bloodstock consultant John Freeman won
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi continues to pump out competitive devices across the price spectrum, with three new phones hitting the local market last month
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