Prices are supported by strong demand, the ongoing Opec-led supply-cut deal and possible US sanctions on Iran; US crude inventories are expected to have fallen
This is not bureaucracy run amok. This is government policy working as intended: the systematic inconveniencing of migrants, writes Janan Ganesh
The deadliest mass killing in Canada in decades has the hallmarks of other deadly vehicle assaults by Islamic State supporters
Rasool was recalled as premier by the ANC in 2008 after he was accused of paying some journalists to write stories portraying him in a good light
The franc has lost 2% versus the euro in 2018
Data releases this week include tourist accommodation, land transport volumes and food and beverage sales, writes Claire Bisseker
Regarding bitcoin millionaires, Buterin says it is the luck of the draw, ‘where everyone who won the draw seems to feel like they deserved it for being smarter’, writes Chloe Cornish
Being well prepared and handling your tax in advance can benefit you, writes Martin de Kock
The former SA star has struggled with injuries that frustrated his time with the French side Toulon, which he joined in 2013
Penny Siopis's film champions respect and dignity for the living and the dead, writes Lucinda Jolly
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