There’s still much uneven ground for mining to cover
BELOW THE SURFACE: Although it has a greater measure of policy certainty, the industry faces very real changes … writes Warren Robertson.
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Reserve Bank independence remains sacrosanct - Ramaphosa
President Ramaphosa contradicted the secretary general of the ruling ANC, Ace Magashule, about the government's intention to nationalise the Sarb.
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7 things you need to know today
We take a look at the latest business news this morning and top stories from our newsrooms across SA, Africa, and the world.
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YES initiative outlines plans for 2019
The Youth Employment Service (YES) initiative was launched in 2018 in an effort to create 1 million new 12-month job opportunities for young people.
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SA's Harris fails Russian exam Down Under
South Africa’s second best player’s opening match in Melbourne came to an anti-climactic end against Daniil Medvedev on Tuesday
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Three overseas-based players who would have caught the attention of Bok coach Rassie
For those overseas-based players who have yet to feature under Erasmus, time is running out to force their way into RWC selection contention
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Stephens out to improve 'terrible' Aussie Open record
Stephens has endured a horror run since reaching the semis in 2013, exiting in the first round in 2015, 2016 and 2018, also missing 2017 through injury
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Tsitsipas continues Greek odyssey with tough Troicki win
Tsitsipas is the highest ranked Greek man in history and the first to win an Australian Open match
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Zimbabwe police detain Evan Mawarire after deadly protests over fuel price hike
Zimbabwean activist Evan Mawarire was detained by police, AFP reporters witnessed, when he was taken away from his house in Harare.
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AU must roll up their sleeves to set up Wakanda One
Wakanda One seeks to turn Mosi-oa-Tunya, on the border of Zimbabwe into Africa’s technological epicentre.
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Kenyatta announces end to militant attack after all 'terrorists' killed
Kenya's president said that security forces had killed all four militants who stormed an upscale hotel complex in Nairobi the previous day.
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Ramaphosa condemns terror attack in Nairobi
President Cyril Ramaphosa condemned the terror attacks in Kenya that have left at least 15 people dead and many others injured.
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