The food and drug retailer is up 8%, both AngloGold and Harmony are down, but banks keep the market buoyant
The fund manager didn’t get exactly what it wanted even on the demands the miner did accede to, writes Clyde Russell
The drought, low economic growth and rising unemployment over the past few years reverse gains in SA's fight against poverty
The two provinces, on opposite sides of the party’s factional divide, held bilateral talks as part of a series of discussions in the run-up to the December elective conference
The group posts a total comprehensive loss for the year of R907m from a profit of R737m in 2016, as revenue plunged from R13.8bn to R10.8bn
Judge Dennis Davis tells a Wits Business School discussion that a wealth tax might help with the deficit but not more than that
For Avi Joseph the devil is in the detail of his job at Discovery Vitality
The tycoon is trying again to consolidate his retail interests in a deal that may prejudice Shoprite minority shareholders
Safa’s Jordaan says nine Sasol Women’s League winners will be promoted with Varsity Cup winners, who will join automatic qualifiers Bloemfontein Celtic and Mamelodi Sundowns
A private-sector employer in the US would have to prove that an activity somehow affected the workplace or the worker’s ability to do the job
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