As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
High level clouds. Mild.
Worries about global growth, the prolonged trade war and a moribund economy have stopped South African stocks in their tracks.
In short order Neumann's office-sharing company has gone from a get-rich story to a you've-got-to-be-joking melodrama – from WeWork to WeWait to, now, WeWorry.
Investors in South African stocks can thank trade hostilities between China and the US for turning this month into the worst August they’ve experienced in 21 years.
Asian equity markets tanked and the yuan hit an 11-year low Monday after Donald Trump ramped up his trade war with China by imposing more tariffs on more than half-a-trillion dollars worth of imports.
Investors will be hanging on Jerome Powell's every word this week for clues as to whether the current nervousness gripping emerging markets is justified.
An election upset tanked markets in Argentina, Italy's ruling coalition is in disarray, and Hong Kong protests are continuing.
The Dow Jones industrial average, S&P 500 index, and Nasdaq composite all fell during US trading on Monday.
Hong Kong’s wealthiest are feeling the pain from nine weeks of protests that have jammed the financial hub’s streets, weighed on growth and battered local stock prices.
The maker of Marlboro cigarettes wants to avoid getting smoked by its rivals.
The JSE fell sharply on Tuesday as it tracked other major global indices which have primarily weakened on the back of reduced demand for riskier assets since the release of US jobs data
"If they actually did this the markets would crash. Do you think it was luck that got us to the best Stock Market and Economy in our history. It wasn’t!"
Urbanites socialise more and pollution threatens their hair and skin, while social media filters have ramped up pressure to look good in real life.
Asian markets rose Tuesday, recovering from the previous day's pounding, after Donald Trump said China-US trade talks would resume soon, though the president's sharp changes in tone are keeping investors on edge.
"There is a confluence of uncertainty and it's rattling all markets."
The gap between the two- and 10-year Treasury yields slid below zero on Wednesday for the first time since 2007.
Tiffany & Co, Estee Lauder, Movado Group and other North America luxury-goods stocks sank after protests in Hong Kong escalated and all flights at the region’s airport were canceled.
Match Group recently rolled out Pairs Engage, a marriage-concierge app that suggests 30 potential wives or husbands to users every month.
The Fed lowered its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday, but investors were left cold by comments suggesting further easing may not be coming.
Stocks climbed on Thursday after US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell strongly hinted the central bank will cut rates this month.
The JSE closed softer on Friday with losses form the bourse’s biggest mining giants yet again driving it lower.
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