Major global equity markets are mixed, but gains in technology shares, including Facebook, push US stocks to new highs
Mashaba may be caught between the Constitution and migrants’ rights, as Gold Fields prepares to pay up in a class-action silicosis case
China’s richest man would need to double his fortune, but Bill Gates could pay for more than two years’ worth of US carbon credits — and Canada’s and Mexico’s
The ANC presidential candidate says President Jacob Zuma’s removal, along with his Cabinet’s, would not be a disaster for the party
The consultancy, which ended its work with Eskom by mutual agreement on July 10, says all payments to Gupta-linked Trillian were paid directly by Eskom
BNP Paribas economist Jeff Schultz says the prospects of growing the sector and reaching 1-million jobs in the next couple of years, are unlikely
Ronnie Mamoepa’s passing comes as a political contest is raging between two people he served; his knowledge of them would have been invaluable, writes Ranjeni Munusamy
The two big casino groups are battling the operational odds amid dour discretionary spending and their share prices have been wonky. But they could be smart long-term bets, writes Marc Hasenfuss
South African super swimmer reclaims title, while Van der Burgh wins bronze medal
The local craft beer market is flourishing, following European and US trends
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