Terry Bell looks back over perhaps the most turbulent and taxing year in the past 20.
Russia is not the West and Putin may well survive unscathed, says Leopold Scholtz.
Our best economists seem to be lost - why so, asks Edward Ingram.
Airlines will get a rebate on their fees to UK's national air traffic service to compensate them for a computer failure that disrupted hundreds of flights.
A management reshuffle at Airbus marks a step towards focusing the company on industrial performance rather than the political interests of key shareholders.
There has been no further increase in premium's share of total traffic, which could suppress growth in premium yields and revenues.
An end to the five-decade US trade embargo against Cuba will provide a major boost to American cruise lines, as well as the island's economy.
US authorities have fined Avon $135m to settle a corruption probe in China after it became known the company had bribed officials.
US consumer prices have recorded their biggest drop in nearly six years as fuel prices tumble, but the general view is that interest rates will increase.
Zimbabwean banks have already started circulating the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s imported bond coins, expected to ease the country's small change problem.
German state-run railway Deutsche Bahn and the drivers' union GDL have reached a partial agreement, bringing them closer to settling a dispute.
Some 7 000 Transnet pensioners have died since the first steps were taken to launch a class action case against the state-owned transport company, it has emerged.
Japan's nuclear regulator has given an initial safety clearance to two reactors operated by Kansai Electric Power.
China has signed a huge deal to finance a high-speed bullet train between Budapest and Belgrade, a key link in Beijing's expanding network.
Get smart on investment and end the year with peace of mind, says Mike Abbott.
From boot sales to global stage for Khayelitsha entrepreneur.
I will be working in Saudi Arabia on a one-year contract - how will I be taxed?
Jozi ratepayers say Capetonians frustrated by rate clearance delays are not alone.
Real estate has emerged from one of its toughest down-cycles, says an expert.
An irate Cell C client is making a fresh bid to remove his blacklisting.
Compound interest can work for or against you, says an expert.
Discovery sheds light on the debate about members' claims from the Road Accident Fund.
Cash-strapped Indian budget carrier Spicejet has resumed flights after a harrowing day for passengers with many scheduled flights cancelled.
Mozambique has published a law for energy firms' multi-billion dollar gas projects, as the country gears up to become a leading exporter of liquefied gas.
The climax scene of the Sony Pictures’ comedy film has been leaked after the studio has suffered one of corporate America's worst-ever hacking incidents.
Unwise as they may get priced out of the market.
I don't employ a domestic worker.
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