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An 'economic Codesa' is urgently needed if economy is to be rescued from wave of unrest, writes Allister Sparks
Union piles pressure on industry that is battling costs, strikes
US President Barack Obama to visit South Africa, Senegal and Tanzania, but politics appears to have dashed any hope of him reconnecting with his Kenyan roots
Emergency workers search for survivors in rubble of homes, schools and hospital in Oklahoma town hit by massive tornado
The African Union is undoubtedly getting older but is it growing any wiser?
JSE closes at record high on Tuesday as weak rand pushes rand hedge stocks firmer, which in turn buoy bourse
Combination of continuing labour tensions and stronger dollar triggers resurgence of investor fears over current account deficit
|Petrol price (95)||R12.47||-73c/l||same|
|GDP (Q4 12)||2.1%||0.9pp||same|
Black Business Council will test the Treasury’s prohibition of ‘set-asides’ for black-owned firms in awarding government contracts
Government Employees Pension Fund will acquire 25% stake in newspaper group Independent News & Media South Africa
Tarryn Lamb, a member of BlackByrd, speaks to Loni Prinsloo about her career in music
Folly has chastisement, satisfying romantic sex and excellent writing from a seasoned crime writer, writes Sue Grant-Marshall
Formula One tyre maker’s motorsport director, Paul Hembery, seeks answer ‘teams can agree on’ that will not affect title race