Former UK foreign secretary and London mayor Boris Johnson has emerged as the strong frontrunner to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May.
With South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s inauguration over, the focus now turns to who he will appoint to his new cabinet.
RW Johnson says the official opposition, the Democratic Alliance, continues to blunder about after its electoral setback.
Massmart announced on Thursday that it had hired an American heavy hitter, Mitch Slape, as CEO. The stock still plummeted 13%.
By conservative official standards, unemployment stands at a staggering 27,6%, and it disproportionately affects black South Africans.
Independent financial advisor Magnus Heystek has been doing this for a long time. And shows his colours once again in this well crafted analysis.
Cyril Ramaphosa was elected unopposed as South Africa’s president by the National Assembly yesterday, while his deputy David Mabuza’s future is in doubt.
As we wait for Ramaphosa to do his tricks, consider some tips from Dawn Ridler, who provides financial advice to individuals on how to thrive in a slower economy.
Read on to be astonished by the excuses Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane offered the court – and hear the judges’ acidic responses.
Tesla sustained another blow by Wall Street analysts as Morgan Stanley slashed its worse-case scenario for the share price to just $10.