After months of range-bound trading, prices have moved up significantly in October just as demand looks stronger than it has in months
Whatever is wrong with the government, it is not a slightly unimaginative chancellor of the exchequer, writes Janan Ganesh. But does Hammond the wiles shown by Bank of England governor Mark Carney?
A Turkish military plane picked up about 35 civilians wounded in the blast that killed 276 people
DA MP Dianne Kohler Barnard says the police minister should pay for violating the suspects’ rights after police forced them to lie face down for hours
The private hospital group says revenue was flat when the gains from converting rand, Swiss francs and Emirati dirhams into pounds were excluded
The World Employment Social Outlook doubts firms’ ability to meet long-term societal goals
Inkunzi Student Fund CEO Kameel Keshav is no stranger to adversity. He talks to Alistair Anderson about overcoming a brain tumour, and other uphill battles
SA property investors take a fresh look at the British capital, given the weaker pound and a dip in house prices
Ortus Sport wants R15m severance pay while the people it hired rely on unofficial sources for news, say insiders
The system is the first of its kind in Botswana and the second in Africa, writes Janine Stephen
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