Traders appear uncertain whether the currency is headed higher or lower, writes Paul Wallace
Germany has turned inward and there is a visible irritation with the troubles of its less fortunate partners in the eurozone, writes Philip Stephens
Endless police roadblocks were part of daily life in Harare, but ‘with the police off the roads, crime is actually down — they were so corrupt’
Former ANC MP, Makhosi Khoza, an outspoken critic of the President, talks of a proposed, new organisation, that will be ‘going for change’
‘It’s about bringing the ownership of disciplined money into the modern world. Bitcoin is paving the way for the reintroduction of gold as global money’
The country needs to switch to a knowledge-led path to reignite growth and jobs or face rising fiscal and social pressures
The new statistician-general is widely respected for his experience and integrity, and is seen as responsible, focused on service and wary of political interference
'Given the choice between quantifiable data or anecdotal tidbits, you should always choose the data'
Titans twosome Albie Morkel and Aiden Markram are making waves
For the first time, Global NCAP has crash-tested five cars on sale in SA as part of its Safer Cars for Africa campaign
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