• Fascism and brutality

    We should prevent opportunists from using legacies of the past to further their own interests, says Solly Moeng.

  • Terry Bell's Inside Labour

    Despite little cheer for today's youth, their predecessors showed political will can be awakened.

  • Ian Mann's book review

    Bragging about skipping sleep is as absurd as bragging about driving drunk, says Ian Mann.


Russia backs OPEC oil output hike

Jun 23 2018 16:11

Russia on Saturday joined partner countries in backing an OPEC-led pledge to boost oil production in response to growing global demand, Angolan Oil Minister Diamantino Azevedo said.


5.5% pricier to build a house than a year ago – analyst

Jun 23 2018 15:24

The average building cost of new housing completed increased by 5.5% year-on-year in the first four months of 2018, while planned building activity declined in the same period.


WATCH: NASA unveils programme aimed at preventing asteroid apocalypse

Jun 22 2018 21:08

The Trump Administration now wants to enhance those efforts to detect and track potential planet killers.


Chinese investors wary of SA red tape - official

Jun 22 2018 19:36

Chinese investors are concerned about the lengthy lead time it takes South Africa to conclude investment deals and turn around projects, according to a top official in the National Planning Commission.


Ramaphosa: Mining Charter must reposition industry

Jun 22 2018 19:01

President Cyril Ramaphosa laments the recent spike in mine deaths, while praising Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe for driving the public engagement process of the draft Mining Charter


Top 5 on Fin24: Markus Jooste profited big time from Steinhoff land deal, 6 ways the NHI bill will affect you

Jun 22 2018 16:57

A roundup of Friday's top economic and finance reads on Fin24.


OPEC on tightrope as output target talks prompt clash

Jun 22 2018 16:36

OPEC energy ministers scrambled to hammer out a compromise on oil output policy Friday as they debated a Saudi proposal to ramp up production.


Major medical schemes support NHI's universal healthcare goal

Jun 22 2018 16:35

Major medical schemes have welcomed the progress made by the health minister in gazetting the National Health Insurance bill and Medical Schemes Amendment bill, and will be submitting their comments.


Unions welcome new healthcare laws – with a laundry list of concerns

Jun 22 2018 15:02

Unions and labour federations have broadly welcomed the release of the NHI Bill and the Medial Schemes Amendment Bill, but concerns about implementation persist.


6 ways the NHI bill will affect consumers' pockets

Jun 22 2018 12:39

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi gazetted the NHI and Medical Schemes Amendment Bill on Thursday - and both will affect consumers' pockets.

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Disrupt SA's elite, says political analyst

Jun 22 2018 11:02

South Africa's elites are too single-minded and can't afford to be money-driven, a political analyst and conflict transformation expert argued at the annual conference of the SA Property Owners' Association.

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