Metal slips to $1,249.85 as the greenback strengthens, but uncertainty surrounding the effect of Brexit and the upcoming French elections offer some support
Anger as ads appear next to hate speech on YouTube and Facebook overstates views of video ads by as much as 80%
Nehawu says the Foreign Service Bill is inconsistent with the Public Finance Management Act and radically alters the conditions of employment of its members
SACP deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila says the party did not agree with the president’s plans to remove Pravin Gordhan and replace him with Brian Molefe
Skyport's Owen Wienand becomes the first ever director to be declared delinquent under the Companies Act
Unsustainable wage rises help to explain decline
It seems that companies have begun listening to their employees' demands for greater flexibility at work, says Richard Andrews, the MD of Inspiration Office, an office space and furniture consultancy.
Hulamin is in a strong position as vehicle producers start using more aluminium and the company takes control of its electricity and gas supply, writes Stafford Thomas
A bronze bust of the player with a toothy grin and bulging eyes instantly created a laugh on social media because of its debatable likeness
The second generation of Audi’s A5 and S5 coupe models has arrived in SA
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