Rob Davies, page 16
President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address focussed on interventions from government to spur on economic growth.
Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi argues mining policy takes resources away from communities.
SA is set to return to being a net importer of peanuts as the worst drought in living memory cuts the country’s crop to the smallest on record.
Investigators chase hard-to-get evidence about crooked deals in Asia, Africa and South America.
Mining bosses reached several conclusions at the Mining Indaba in Cape Town this week. Here are some of the hot topics...
Trade conditions continue to be strained and are now closely resembling the situation after the 2007/8 recession.
Nigerian Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun plans trip to China to negotiate a loan of up to $2 billion to help fund record budget spending.
Protesters have marched in Cape Town, where the Mining Indaba is under way, to highlight the impact that mining has on humans.