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Britain and the EU have moved past hating each other’s guts, to the sad, hard business of hammering out a permanent separation, writes Gideon Rachman
The Presidency rubbishes weekend reports that it is drafting regulations that allow the security forces to use as much force as necessary
Four disgruntled ANC members want its provincial conference results set aside and to interdict delegates from attending the national elective conference
Security software company Gemalto has seen its stock battered by a series of profit warnings and operational setbacks
A stronger than expected rebound is thanks mainly to food and beverages, and metal products and machinery
Markus Jooste, the CEO of SA’s most ambitious company, Steinhoff, may evoke comparisons with Fred Flintstone, but he’s a man who has piloted the evolution of a company that is now Africa’s largest ...
Resilience in the face of ongoing uncertainty
South Korea beat North Korea 1-0 after a freak own-goal in an international imbued with ‘added spice’ due to the backdrop of potential nuclear fallout
Sisonke Msimang’s liminal eyes provide a keen and unique view on how much South Africa’s descent under the leadership of venal politicians has wounded those who sacrificed so much, writes Rehana ...
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