The continuing decline in passenger rail investment is making it difficult for the rail industry to provide an efficient alternative transport to commuters.
The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) projects financial losses will amount to nearly half a billion rand by year's end.
After lower business confidence, retail sales data released on Wednesday has also disappointed.
The NUM has said there will not be a total shutdown at Eskom on Thursday, however its members will still march in a mass demonstration to the company's headquarters in Johannesburg to hand over a memorandum.
A female police officer in Limpopo, who is allegedly romantically involved with a cash-in-transit heist kingpin, has been arrested and fired for giving the suspect a car to escape.
The South African clothing, textiles, foot ware and leather industry (CTFL) is showing signs of recovery after years of decade long- gradual decline.
Trade conditions across various business sectors have remained weak in May.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Metro council has finally passed its 2018/19 operational budget at its fourth attempt, with the African Independent Congress supporting a Democratic Alliance administration for the second day in succession.
No large-scale electricity outages are expected today or tomorrow, despite social media messages to this effect that are being widely circulated.
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa has paid more than R213 million to victims of train crashes in the past three financial years.
Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe says Sibanye-Stillwater mine should be held accountable for the death of four mine-workers on Monday.
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) says the card swap process - which started with a pilot project last month - is on track to capture the remaining one-point-nine million cash social grant beneficiaries.
The railway industry is looking to use broadband to modernise its archaic network and communication processes.
Cash-in-transit security guards are appealing to government to intervene and help curb the escalating violent attacks on cash vans. Since January, there have been almost 160 cash heists across the country. In the majority of these brazen attacks, the robbers – armed with automatic rifles – use commercial explosives to blow open the vans. On […]
The rand has again weakened against the US dollar as global investors return to developed markets.
Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe is expected to visit the Sibanye-Stillwater mine's Ikamva shaft West of Johannesburg later on Tuesday.
Steinhoff has won more creditor support to give the South African retailer time to restructure debt totaling 9 billion euro ($11 billion) in a fight for survival.
The IMF said on Tuesday that the South African government should clearly articulate its land reform plans in order to lift uncertainty weighing on investor sentiment.
Unions have planned a big demonstration at Eskom's Megawatt Park on Thursday to picket against Eskom's zero percent wage offer.
Vodacom's Yebo Yethu shareholders can expect to share R3 Billion in returns when the Yebo Yethu scheme unwinds in October 2018.
South Africa's flagship gas-to-liquids (GTL) refinery at Mossel Bay could run out of natural gas within two years when offshore reserves dry up, a senior energy official said on Tuesday.
Oil prices edged up along with global markets on Tuesday on cautious optimism over the outcome of a summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore.
A search is underway for the remaining two missing miners at the Sibanye-Stillwater mine's Ikamva shaft near Westonaria southwest of Joburg after three other miners died.
The Sibanye-Stillwater mine has confirmed that three mineworkers died at the Ikamva shaft near Westonaria - south west of Johannesburg.
One mine worker has died and four others are unaccounted for at Sibanye-Stillwater's Kloof mine near Westonaria south-west of Johannesburg.
Eskom is maintaining its position of a zero percent wage offer, despite the threat of a national electricity shutdown by unions.
Steinhoff Africa Retail, or STAR, has appointed Wendy Luhabe to its board as independent non-executive director, with effect from 1 January 2019
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has received a notice of retrenchment from Airchefs which is an airline catering company owned by the SAA group.
The Bank of Baroda has distanced itself from reports that Friday's raids in Johannesburg and Durban were due to investigations on the bank itself, but rather on financial transactions of the Gupta brothers.
South Africa Social Security Agency, workers who are members of the Public Servants' Association are embarking on strike action on Monday.