South Africa's government has had to bring forward the bailout of state power firm Eskom, after it rushed 5 billion rand to the struggling utility earlier in April to avert a default and said more cash could be needed soon.
Japanese car giant Toyota and investment fund SoftBank Vision Fund on Friday unveiled an investment of $1 billion in US company Uber to drive forward the development of driver-less ride-sharing services.
Trade union Amcu has reached an agreement with Sibanye-Stillwater after signing a three-year wage deal which sees salaries increase by R650 for the first year, R700 for the second and R825 for the third year.
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says her department is in ongoing discussions with National Treasury for a financial bail-out for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC.)
The Labour Court in Johannesburg has reserved judgment on Comair's application to interdict the strike of workers affiliated to Numsa.
The National Union of Metalworkers will be in the Labour Court in Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon to defend their strike at Comair.
The five month strike by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) at Sibanye-Stillwater has ended after the two parties reached an agreement.
The business community has hailed scheduled commercial flights between Newcastle and Johannesburg as a major boost to the regional economy.
The South African National Consumer Union (SANCU) and the Emerging Black Importers and Exporter South Africa (EBieSA) say the proposed 82% import tariff hike on poultry products could increase local chicken prices.
The Kusile Power Station Project, situated near eMalahleni in Mpumalanga, has reached a new milestone, Unit 3 was synchronised to the grid and produced its first power.
Germany's BMW will recall 360 000 vehicles in China as part of the worldwide effort to root out defective airbags made by now-defunct Japanese supplier Takata, regulators in Beijing said.
Consumer price inflation is expected to stay within the South African Reserve banks 3 to 6 percent target band.
Stable electricity supply in Africa's economic powerhouses will be critical for the continents growth and development.
The CEO of Harith General Partners and chairperson of Lebashe Investment Group, Tshepo Mahloele, has continued to testify at the Commission of Inquiry into impropriety at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) in Pretoria.
Mineworkers at Scotia Talc Mine have downed tools in Barberton, Mpumalanga.
Bank of America reported higher first-quarter earnings on lower expenses and loan growth Tuesday, with executives describing US growth as still solid.
The price of bread nearly doubled in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, another burden for citizens already struggling with a weakening currency and rising prices for basic goods.
South Africa's consumer price inflation rate for last month will be announced on Wednesday; with expectations for an increase to 4.6% from February's 4.1%.
The PIC Commission of inquiry continues on Tuesday in Pretoria.
Companies and individuals who don't pay workers according to the National Minimum Wage Act will soon be exposed.
The President of the African Development Bank has called on the United States to up its investment game in Africa as he made the case for the world’s largest economy to look beyond traditional sectors on the continent.
President of the African Development Bank Akinwumi Adesina has expressed his full confidence in the leadership of South Africa to shift the trajectory of Eskom for the better.
Millions of rand have been set aside by the Department of Labour's Unemployment Insurance Fund to train over 7 000 former mine workers and unemployed youth at the O.R Tambo region in the Eastern Cape.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says Eskom directly owns one coal mine called Kilbarchan Colliery.
Google will have to pay publishers for news snippets and Facebook filter out protected content under new copyright rules aimed at ensuring fair compensation for the European Union's $1 trillion creative industries.
Lawyers representing the Lebashe Investment Group, have lashed out at UDM leader Bantu Holomisa for failing to give concrete evidence.
Foxconn boss, Terry Gou, hinted Monday he would soon step back from frontline operations while remaining at the helm of the major Apple supplier.
The PIC Commission of Inquiry resumes.
The US Supreme Court takes up Monday the government's refusal to register a trademark by a clothing line named "Fuct," and arguments should be, well, salty.
Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday, taking heart from rallies in New York and a cheaper yen against the dollar.