In his weekly newsletter titled “From the Desk of the President”, President Cyril Ramaphosa has focused on the economy and initiatives government is taking to improve the country's competitiveness.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver the opening address at the 6th Financial Times Africa Summit in London, on Monday morning, which focuses on the fortunes and the future of the African continent.
China's foreign trade volume rose 2.8 percent year on year in the first nine months of 2019 to 22.91 trillion yuan (about 3.24 trillion US dollars), the General Administration of Customs released Monday.
More than R14 million worth of counterfeit goods have been confiscated by police at the China Multiplex storage facilities in the Johannesburg CBD.
The National Stokvel Association has urged South Africans to be weary of short term investment schemes promising high returns.
The Western Cape Government says it has paid 99 % of all invoices for goods and services within 30 days to all it's suppliers for the 2018/2019 financial year.
The biggest US banks are expected to kick off the earnings season on a sour note next week due to falling interest rates, which may have pressured net interest margins enough to cause the sector’s first year-over-year earnings per share decline in three years.
US President Donald Trump on Friday outlined the first phase of a deal to end a trade war with China and suspended a threatened tariff hike, but officials on both sides said much more work needed to be done before an accord could be agreed.
South African Revenue Service (SARS) customs officials have confiscated counterfeit goods worth one-point-three million from a truck that was stopped and searched at the Rawsonville weighbridge, in the Boland.
Volkswagen is looking at options for its luxury brand Lamborghini, including a sale or stock listing, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is traveling to the UK this weekend to try and drum up foreign investment for South Africa. He'll also deliver a keynote speech at the Financial Times' Africa Summit, in London.
The Auditor General's office says the percentage of audits it was able to complete has decreased from 94% in 2014-15 to 85% in 2018-19. This was revealed by the office when it briefed Parliament on its annual report.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has called for the immediate axing of the entire Eskom board and its senior management because it says they have failed to fix the power utility after two years at the helm.
National oil company PetroSA says African governments need to co-operate in order to be able to develop the gas sector.
Eskom says it will challenge National Energy Regulator of South Africa’s (Nersa) latest tariff determination, citing failure by the regulator to adhere to guidelines.
Chartered Accountant and political commentator Khaya Sithole explains how the legal spat can affect the ordinary citizen investing with Old Mutual.
Huawei may be one of China’s most global companies - with more than 180,000 employees in more than 170 countries running a telecommunications that generates more than $100 billion annually - but it still has elements of a family firm.
The SABC will spend over 75% of the government bailout to settle outstanding debt owed to content producers.
Re-elected Agri-SA President Dan Kriek has warned that the continued uncertainty on land reform will continue to cripple economic growth in the country.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has emphasised that Eskom is not going to be privatised. He is answering questions in the National Council of Provinces.
Britain’s sluggish economy looks to have dodged recession in the run-up to its deadline for leaving the European Union this month, official data showed on Thursday.
Former South African Broadcasting Corporation COO Chris Maroleng who was fired earlier this year is taking the public broadcaster to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration in Johannesburg.
General Motors Co’s July to September vehicle sales in China fell 17.5%, as the United States (US) automaker was hurt by a slowing economy amid the Sino-US trade war and by heightened competition in its key mid-priced SUV segment.
Chairperson of the Sekunjalo Group, Dr Iqbal Surve, has accused Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan of using state institutions to fight political battles.
South Africa’s rand was little changed early on Wednesday as traders took profits on the dollar and braced for more volatility, with hopes fading for a trade truce between the United States and China.
Trade disputes are taking a toll on the global economy, substantially weakening manufacturing activity and investment and holding back economic potential, Kristalina Georgieva, new chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said on Tuesday.
Eskom briefs the Public Enterprises Committee on its annual report.
Former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni has been given until Wednesday to file an application for the postponement of her delinquent director court case.
Mayor of Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal Ntuthuko Mahlaba has welcomed the ruling of the High Court in Pietermartzburg which has ordered Eskom not to cut off electricity supply to the town in the north of the province.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to chair the first Presidential Economic Advisory Council Meeting in Cape Town on Wednesday.