The JSE faces a jittery day as investors await the reaction of ratings agencies and global funds to President Jacob Zuma’s latest Cabinet reshuffle
'To get this unpopular, this fast, and to do it in an era of relatively good times, is just breathtaking'
Roselyn Akombe says the commission cannot guarantee a credible election and she does not want to be party to ‘such a mockery to electoral integrity’
It’s clear the primary motive for the Cabinet reshuffle is to hand David Mahlobo the keys to the energy department
Banco Sabadell is said to be considering moving some of its top management to Madrid, indicating that a short-term move from the region may become more permanent
Trade among African countries is up 42% since 2007, and the proportion of SA’s outbound investment that goes to the continent has quadrupled — but obstacles remain
Inkunzi Student Fund CEO Kameel Keshav is no stranger to adversity. He talks to Alistair Anderson about overcoming a brain tumour, and other uphill battles
SA property investors take a fresh look at the British capital, given the weaker pound and a dip in house prices
Nineteen-year-old called up for one-day match against Bangladesh
Lucy Hawking teams up with her famed physicist father to write a series of children’s books about science and space, writes Sue Grant-Marshall
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