Some analysts say the rand is overly strong in anticipation of a Ramaphosa victory in December — but the risks are still high
'In my contact with President Mugabe I told the President that the current political and constitutional crisis in the country is not a matter between him and myself but between the people of Zimbabwe ...
The transport ministry’s move is in response to recent confessions by Nissan and Subaru that their inspections fell short of proper procedures
The faction backing President Jacob Zuma’s preferred candidate, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, is relying on KwaZulu-Natal’s support
The company overtook Facebook market cap to become a top-five global stock by market cap
Five of nine of the component time series increased, with the largest positive contribution coming from an increase in the number of residential building plans passed
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'Given the choice between quantifiable data or anecdotal tidbits, you should always choose the data'
Allister Coetzee stresses the potentially disruptive effect of bringing in players who earn their living at clubs outside SA
The battles fought by the Light Horse Cavalcade ranged from conflict in SA at the start of the Anglo-Boer War to clashes in North Africa and surroundings during World War 2
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