Dollar index jump dents bullion's appeal after better-than-expected US retail sales data
Watching a performance with Clegg and his bands, Juluka and Savuka, was an anthropological journey – a vibrant tour of SA culture, music, instruments and dance
Former intelligence heads have said they told Jacob Zuma the Guptas were ‘a threat to national security’, so why the denials?
Poverty and inequality, racial tensions and crime rage on while political talk focuses on a small group of politicians
Creative work should be less about research, formulas and ticking boxes and more about gut feel that a piece of advertising is going to resonate with consumers
The lowest-paid 50% of workers receive just 6.4% of the global share of salaries
Survey shows that money issues are a source of stress in households in every income bracket, with lower-income respondents the most stressed
They have always been on the firing line from investors but perhaps it is partly because they have been restricted from lucrative but nontraditional assets
The four-time Major winner believes caddie Ricky Elliott can give him valuable 'inside info' at this week’s British Open
This starchy gruel has not gotten the respect it deserves. If you approach it in the right way, it can be glorious
Misery loves company, as the old saying goes. So however depressed the local weather, the stuttering economy or the winning loss of the Proteas’ exit makes you feel, spare a thought for Sir Kim Darroch.
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