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25 November 2016, 5:59pm
Mining Charter battle rages on
Mining Charter battle rages on
Economy

A war of words is continuing between the Department of Mineral Resources and the Chamber of Mines over the draft review of the Mining Charter.

25 November 2016, 5:56pm
Treasury pleased Fitch kept rating unchanged
Treasury pleased Fitch kept rating unchanged
Economy

Treasury Director General Lungisa Fuzile told a radio show he was "pleased" that ratings agency Fitch had not downgraded SA's credit rating.

25 November 2016, 2:00pm
#BlackFriday? Count me out!
#BlackFriday? Count me out!
Opinion

Yasmine Jacobs explains her top five reasons why #BlackFriday can suck it.

25 November 2016, 1:00pm
Global equities climb, dollar on back foot
Global equities climb, dollar on back foot
Markets

The dollar retreated against major currencies on Friday as a pullback in US bond yields prompted some investors to take profits.

25 November 2016, 11:59am
Eish, SA! Chaos in the shops for #BlackFriday
Eish, SA! Chaos in the shops for #BlackFriday
Economy

Hunt for holiday bargains sees South Africans flock to the shops in droves on #BlackFriday.

25 November 2016, 11:46am
Hundreds of Lufthansa flights cancelled
Hundreds of Lufthansa flights cancelled
International

German airline's long-haul flights affected as strike by pilots intensifies.

27 November 2016, 10:00am
Water woes on the agenda for SA firms
Water woes on the agenda for SA firms
Economy

South African companies are waking up to the reality of the country's water crisis - and its implications for business.

27 November 2016, 09:00am
Five lessons from your first job
Five lessons from your first job
Economy

Graduates and young people entering the job market for the first time should aim to gain skills from Day 1.

27 November 2016, 08:00am
Don’t be blindsided by cyber attacks
Don’t be blindsided by cyber attacks
Economy

A phenomenon known as "Shadow IT" has grown out of pure necessity as tech-savvy staff look for their own solutions to problems.