Terry Bell explores the connection between poultry, poverty and desperation.
Have the Guptas' new auditors mastered how to look the other way on cue, asks Solly Moeng.
Formulating strategy across the span of huge companies is a marathon, says Ian Mann.
A strong eurozone growth spurt has failed to stir stock markets, as concerns about the US economy gnawed at investor confidence.
Jobless claims has hovered around four-decade lows, showing the labour market remains the strongest part of the US economy.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find an investment that’s as profitable and safe as the dollar-denominated bonds of higher-rated companies in developing nations.
Consumer confidence in Germany is on the rise again as households feel that economic recovery will gather pace in the coming months, a poll finds.
The United States government has approved a deal for US firms to sell its close ally Australia $1.22bn in air-to-air missiles and support equipment.
Saudi Arabia will create the world's largest wealth fund and sell shares in state energy giant Aramco as it unveiled a plan to transform its oil-dependent economy.
US officials have ordered Boeing to fix engines on some of its 787 Dreamliner airplanes to avoid sudden failure in icy conditions.
France will lead a €4bn capital increase for power company EDF, months after agreeing a similar cash injection for the other pillar of its nuclear industry, Areva.
So far only around one percent of cars owned in China are electric, but authorities are pushing them as a potential solution to the country's crippling air pollution health crisis.
UK retail sales have posted their biggest monthly decline in more than two years in March as Britons bought less of everything from food to clothing.
The head of Germany's biggest power supplier RWE has warned of a "horror scenario" for the electricity sector.
SA is unlikely to avoid a recession and over 100 000 jobs may be in the line, says analyst.
StokFella App aims to help stokvels manage their activities via a smartphone.
In the midst of calls for more tax breaks, South Africans need to address their own behavior, say...
SA's challenge lies in ‘How to do it’ rather than ‘What needs to be done', an analyst says.
Seven tips to help you make the most of your home improvements.
Zuma’s personal tax liability for Nkandla presents SA with another test for the rule of law.
A Ghanaian entrepreneur aims to build a network of universities to shape future leaders.
An analyst reveals the seven secrets to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
Argentina borrowed $16.5bn in its triumphant return to international credit markets 15 years after a disastrous default, says the government.
The world's largest builder of offshore oil rigs is looking to diversify its business while trying to ride out the energy market downturn, a top executive says.
An Australian man has publicly identified himself as the Bitcoins creator, a claim that would end one of the biggest mysteries in the tech world.
Is good - it will ease the burden on consumers
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