Asian stocks rose across the board on Thursday, tracking an overnight rally on Wall Street.
Wall Street recorded big gains for a second day on Wednesday.
Benchmark government bonds gain, driving yields to levels last seen before President Jacob Zuma fired Nhlanhla Nene as finance minister.
The rand claws back further ground against the dollar, pulling back from recent oversold levels after Brexit.
Bond investors in emerging-market countries to the UK’s departure from the EU find themselves beneficiaries of the financial convulsions.
Oil tracks a recovery in equity markets as leaders look to temper fears over the effects of Britain's shock EU exit.
South Africa keeps its estimate for corn production this season at the smallest since 2008.
The pound and the euro recovered some of their poise on Wednesday.
Asian share markets benefited as the immediate drag from the Brexit vote began to ebb on Wednesday.
Wall Street bounced back on Tuesday as investors sought cheap assets after a two-day equities rout.
Gold may stand at the start of a major bull market if the UK’s Brexit vote proves to be a forerunner of greater instability.
As markets tumble after last week’s Brexit vote, foreigners buy South African shares at the fastest pace in more than seven years.
British shares rebounded on Tuesday after a depressing decline in the past two sessions.
South Africa’s rand finds firmer footing against the dollar on Tuesday morning.
As markets tumbled after Britain’s EU vote, foreigners bought South African shares at the fastest pace in more than seven years.