The rand has been vulnerable with expectations of higher interest rates in the US supporting the dollar, leading to capital outflows from emerging markets
In ripping up the nuclear accord, Trump has replaced a rare triumph of diplomacy with a detonator in the most combustible region in the world, writes David Gardner
The former minister, who was in self-imposed exile in SA, says he plans to stay out of politics, and focus on farming
Political analyst Daniel Silke talks to Business Day TV about his thoughts on the president’s first 100 days in office
The mineral resources minister is in talks to scrap a clause that includes naturalised citizens in the group of people who should benefit from transformation of the sector
Economists had expected inflation to heat up as the various tax and levy increases introduced in the budget took effect on April 1
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Not being aware what the fine print of your policy states can lead to nasty surprises
The Liverpool forward has struck 19 times this season and wants more
Below the well-used tourist paths lies a labyrinth that could give new insights into 4-million years of evolution, writes Shaun Smillie
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