The finance minister's comments come after Eskom suspended CFO Anoj Singh, who is accused of granting preferential treatment to firms linked to the family
South Africa’s economy is crippled because political leaders eschew reason and logic
The Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Ireland are among the rich countries that funnel major corporate money into secret offshore tax shelters, according to a new study
'The back teeth are the most fractured, with more than half having at least one chip and many having multiple small chips'
Republican US Senate leaders are struggling to keep a seven-year promise to end the Affordable Care Act, which expanded health insurance to about 20 million people
'Ten pounds would have meant a lot to Jane Austen, about the same as 1,000 pounds would mean to us today'
World Rugby‚ the game’s governing body‚ will trial six new law amendments from August in an effort to simply the sport for players‚ fans‚ and most importantly‚ officials. The amendments‚ which relate ...
If South Africa's argument in court is that marijuana causes harm, it deserves to lose. The real question it should ask is whether criminal prohibition is the effective way forward
Republican US Senate leaders are struggling to keep a seven-year promise to end the Affordable Care Act, which expanded health insurance to about 20 million ...
The Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Ireland are among the rich countries that funnel major corporate money into secret offshore tax ...
Democrats said on Saturday they had agreed with Republicans on a deal allowing new sanctions targeting Russia, Iran and North Korea
'In the event of an invasion, the plan is for many of their troops - mostly conscripts - to withdraw into forests and mount hit-and-run attacks against Russian ...
'Party financiers and godfathers dictate who holds what public office without regard for competence and internal democracy'
'While no-one knows how Brexit will play out, this new analysis suggests that London's economy is beginning to wobble'
During the 1970s and 1980s, blood products supplied to the NHS were contaminated with viruses such as HIV or hepatitis C and infected thousands of people with ...
'The battle for Mosul - by far the largest city to fall under the militants' control - has left large areas in ruins, killed thousands of civilians and ...
The government has tried to deflect attention towards what it terms a “clever international media campaign”
'Parliament will within the next seven days determine whether it will be there for one week, one month, three months or six months'
The U.S. and South Korean militaries conducted a ballistic missile test early on Wednesday in a show of force on the east coast of the Korean peninsula
China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs termed the operation “trespassing” and said Beijing had dispatched military vessels and planes in response
May and DUP leader Arlene Foster presided at the signing of a deal at Downing Street
'Singapore’s path shows that it is as wrong to extol the virtues of colonialism as it to promote the benefits of authoritarianism'
A report on the SKMF website said Masire was in a critical condition when he was admitted to the intensive care unit at Bokamoso Hospital on June 18
When asked who make the best prime minister, the YouGov poll for The Times showed 35 percent of voters would prefer Corbyn, while 34 percent favoured May
The UK may have no choice but to dump Brexit before the damage is too severe
Negotiations over Brexit begin with mild flirtation, but the clock is ticking on a tough agenda
Mainstream pundits were too old, too rich, and too enthralled with their own thinking to call the U.K. election correctly
She started off at the meeting by saying she had got the party into 'this mess and I'm the one who is going to get us out of it'
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