PAY BACK: EFF leader Julius Malema outside Parliament in Cape Town after being ordered to leave the National Assembly for demanding President Jacob Zuma reply to a question about when he was going to pay back part of the money spent on the R246m upgrade to his Nkandla homestead. (Nardus Engelbrecht, Sapa)
In other news
Stocks on the JSE have ended little changed as investors weighed downbeat data on business activity in China that hit metal prices.
The S&P 500 has set a new record as US stocks powered higher, shrugging off geopolitical problems elsewhere, gaining from signs of strength in the US economy.
Oil prices have edged lower in Asia as dealers digested downbeat Chinese manufacturing data.
Boeing has completed a key review of its design for a new commercial venture to fly astronauts to the International Space Station, company officials say.
Media24 has launched an Afrikaans news website, which is a blend of Beeld, Die Burger, Volksblad and Rapport, expecting to reach over 100 000 consumers daily.
US authorities hit Bank of America with a record $16.65bn fine for selling billions of dollars in high-risk mortgage securities disguised as solid investments.
Lithuania has signed a deal with Norway's Statoil to supply natural gas to the country's new terminal starting 2015.
Truworths has broadly met forecasts with a slight growth in annual profit, though the increase was at its slowest pace since 1999.