The dollar hits a 13-month low setting gold up for a 1.8% rise this week, its biggest weekly rise in two months
South African expats may come back home if the new tax rules take effect — but at African Bank, too many workers want to leave
For some in the UK, Britain is a place where taking advantage of elites seems to make so much sense that it barely rates as a problem, writes Pilita Clark
The DA and the IFP have an agreement in eight municipalities — but corruption allegations, by the ANC, could change all that
Activist investors spurred on by improving corporate governance and the weakening of traditional company owners, write Jennifer Thompson and Rachel Sanderson
There is so much political noise that no one is concentrating properly on the economy and what needs to be done to get it growing, the Investec CEO says
With a string of demanding day jobs, including being a ‘sherpa’ to Theresa May, he has built the department for exiting the EU, to a staff of nearly 500 in 12 months
'This is what those of us in the Bitcoin community (pulls hoody further over eyes) call a SegWit Activation Kludge'
The Confederation of African Football has accepted changes including dealing with voting procedures, election processes and the appointment of staff
Pressure is building on car makers and tech providers to tackle the rising number of deaths that occur from people checking smartphones for messages while driving
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