The dollar has been weaker since Trump announced plans to impose up to $60bn worth of new tariffs against China
Once Facebook got into the minds of consumers, and voters, and researchers showed how that access could be exploited, a mess was inevitable, writes John Gapper
The President says section 3(3) of the State Attorney Act was used when determining if the government should fund Jacob Zuma’s legal fees
The outspoken former ANC MP denies she has quit her party, and says the two men who ‘suspended’ her are not even members of African Democratic Change
The deal will be broken down into $150m payable to Rio Tinto by Whitehaven on the date of completion and a further unconditional payment of $50m a year later
Sales in the retail sector tend to drop sharply from the annual Christmas shopping peak
Avid gamer runs two innovative firms in the advertising space, and helped create a nonprofit organisation to empower young girls in science and technology
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‘We have had World Cup qualifiers that have been proved as fixed, so why wouldn’t they go into the main tournament?’
The company is already working on a sixth generation of its electric vehicle technology and is investing millions in battery cell research to better understand mass production
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