The local bourse was stronger on Monday morning, holding above the 60,000-point level, as market heavyweight Naspers headed for R4,000 a share
Zuma finds himself up to his neck in the same dynastic politics that Mugabe has impaled himself on
‘Oh my God, he was very upbeat and chatty,’ says George Charamba, describing a president who either is in denial, or has found a way to slither out of the attempt to oust him
The human settlements minister says she is the unity ticket the party needs to bring it together and put an end to factional battles
Katanga — listed in Canada and operating in the DRC — is under scrutiny by the Ontario Securities Commission about if it issued disclosures that misled the market
FNB Business CEO Mike Vacy-Lyle told Business Day TV what he thinks makes a successful entrepreneur
He loves solving problems and bringing joy to clients
Markets have a nasty habit of moving in extremes. In Brait’s case it has moved from exuberant bullishness to grossly overdone bearishness
The South African etches his name into the record books by flattened countryman Siboniso Gonya with his first punch
The former intelligence minister paints a grim picture of Zuma’s calculations, writes Edward Tsumele
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