Gold jumps more than 1 percent to its highest in nearly eight weeks, on expectations of a definitive exit from the EU.
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Harmony says it expects to see a “notable” increase in gold production for the first half of the year.
Shares in The Foschini Group leap by more than 5 percent after the retail company releases a better-than-expected trading update.
Emerging stocks registered their biggest daily fall in nearly a month and currencies weakened ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
The pound again bore the brunt of Theresa May’s Brexit planning, falling beneath $1.20 for the first time since October.
South African financial markets continued to move positively last week, as more and more evidence suggests that the economy is recovering.
The dollar headed for a weekly loss and gold traded at the highest price in almost two months.
South African industry group Grain SA sees a 2017 maize surplus after last year's drought-induced deficit.
Farmers in southern Africa face a growing threat amid an outbreak of armyworms.
Big Oil is poised to reap rewards this year as investments made before the crude-price slump pay off just as the recovery starts.
South Africa could return to being a net exporter of maize in the next marketing year if the current rains continue in the next few months.
Kenya’s central bank warns bankers and traders against making comments about the shilling that it deems too negative amid ...
After four straight seasons of record harvests, bins are bulging from Kansas to Queensland and wheat prices are near the lowest in a decade.
The Nigerian naira’s recovery in the forwards market may be deceptive. The currency is destined to weaken, however long policymakers hold out.