The rand, however, recovered from oversold positions, testing the R15/$ mark on the day

Send in the clowns, punk humourists and satirists, for they seem to be the punchline of politics, writes Leonid Bershidsky

BRYAN ROSTRON: Busisiwe Mkhwebane goes further down the rabbit hole in her latest crusade

EDITORIAL: Hard questions loom for DA and Maimane

Denel has secured a solid order backlog of R18bn, which covers roughly four years of sales revenue, the state-owned arms manufacturer says

The former party leader has decided to apply for the position of federal council chair

Gauteng government fails to spend more than R3.1bn amid increases in service delivery protests

Mmusi Maimane ready to fight for his vision of DA

David Makhura warns ANC members not to mess up party image

Philip Morris brings cigarette substitute to US, at height of vaping furore

Its discreet launch shows how Altria and Philip Morris are trying to delicately test the US waters with IQOS which is key to the companies future

Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka donates R216m worth of shares to her spouse

ArcelorMittal SA is caught between a rock and a hard place

Toyota SA invests R454m in Sesfikile minibus production

The investment, which entails the expansion of the existing production facility, takes Toyotas investment in Hiace since 2012 to over R1bn

Toyota SA invests R454m in Sesfikile minibus production

SAs fiscal picture has deteriorated sharply, Reserve Bank says

Cyril Ramaphosa appoints advisory council to ignite the economy

SA before profit, Jabu Mabuza tells Eskom coal suppliers

The utilitys purchases of coal constitute its single largest expense, and rose 9.7% over the past financial year, according to Eskoms annual report

Black business will soon own half of SAs vehicle aftermarket franchises

Franc, a new stokvel app, claims to be SAs cheapest way to invest

Understanding travel allowance and capital gains tax

Russia banks on paperless visas driving tourism

On October 1, the country switched to a free, e-visa regime that includes a pledged 96-hour turnaround time for citizens of 53 countries

More US diplomats implicated in Donald Trumps Ukraine offensive

White Houses bold gambit to delay impeachment push

Nineteen now dead in US from vaping-linked lung illness

KEVIN MCCALLUM: The day the long shot came in

Nervous wait for All Blacks over possible Read citing

Makazole Mapimpi and Lukhanyo Am are proof transformation does work

Andile Jali gives Sundowns coach plenty to think about

Rene Zellweger saves Judy from the waxworks with zestful portrayal of Garland

Rupert Goolds film focuses on the singers run of London shows towards the end of her life.

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