The currency hit levels below R13.10/$, cheered by court rulings on ANC leadership structures and unfazed by Jacob Zuma’s populist move on free higher education
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The ANC Youth League leader has also hit out at judges who are becoming ‘politicised’, after last-minute court rulings that went against Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s supporters
ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe also announces that the start of the conference is delayed to 2pm
Lonmin, the world’s third biggest platinum producer, has burned through $1.6-billion in cash, raised from investors since platinum prices plunged 60% from their peak in 2008
The finance minister's call went down very well with some sections of the audience
We analyse Keillen Ndlovu, head of listed property at Stanlib
'The wolves of Wall Street are unlikely to leave a juicy carcass like this to the ravages of the squirrels of geekdom'
Titans spinner stars with four wickets in four overs, but says semifinal win was a team effort
This little girl has already composed two concertos, a symphonic piece and a full-length opera
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