• Enough with court delays! Mpumalanga judge president fed up with tardy attorneys
    The judge president of the Mpumalanga High Court has had enough and is so fed up with attorneys delaying court cases that he has threatened to hit the offending legal reps where it hurts the most - their pockets.
  • Gunshot detector right on target with first conviction
    For the first time‚ a gunman was been convicted with the help of technology that detects gunfire.
  • No‚ Zuma was not worse than Verwoerd. But you have the right to say so
    For those who do not follow the Afrikaans press‚ you would have missed an interesting debate between North West University’s (NWU) political science professor‚ Theo Venter‚ and the Umkhonto we Sizwe Veterans Association’s (MKMVA) spokesperson‚ Carl Niehaus.
  • Poor Mpumalanga households get connected to digital TV grid
    Deputy Minister of Communications Pinky Kekana will connect 300 homes in Mpumalanga to the digital television grid on Friday.
  • Parliament praises arrest of Belville constable for gun theft
    Parliament’s portfolio committee on police has welcomed the arrest of a Belville constable over the theft of 18 guns.
  • 'Get pregnant by World Cup players and win burgers for life': Burger King sorry for offensive ad
    Burger King has apologised for offering a lifetime supply of Whoppers to Russian women who get pregnant by World Cup players.
  • WATCH: What has sent the rand into disarray?
    Business Day editor-at-large Hilary Joffe and the Editing Allowed panel discuss the stories that made the headlines this week
  • Why Apple is now richer than SA
    Ranking of financial strength illustrates the growing disparity between the size of companies and the size of countries
  • Gold falls to sixth-month low
    Metal falls amid a firm dollar and as the US Federal Reserve confirms an outlook for higher interest rates in the US
  • BARRY RITHOLTZ: How market volatility can damage your health. Literally
    'A helplessness cycle is caused by the illusion of control. It is how most people operate'
  • Oil falls as Iran indicates it will support rise in Opec production
    Brent slips, but robust US fuel demand evident in record refinery runs, strong travel data and a large decline in crude inventories provides some support
  • Asian shares eke out gains as lull in trade war calms nerves
    Talk of more Chinese economic stimulus helped Shanghai overcome a hesitant start, while in currency markets sage havens like the yen took a knock