The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (Saica) says they will leave no stone unturned to deal with their members who do not adhere to their code of conduct.
South African economists have set their sights on fiscal consolidation and avoiding a credit ratings downgrade as Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba scrambles to close the R50 billion deficits when he delivers his maiden Budget Speech on Wednesday.
Mining affected communities and seven other applicants have welcomed the North Gauteng High Court's ruling to recognise them as interested and relevant parties in matters relating to the Reviewed Mining Charter.
The South African economy has received a major boost with the Isuzu Motors purchase of the Struandale plant in Port Elizabeth.
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) on Monday welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa's pledge to launch a Commission of Inquiry into tax administration and governance at Sars.
South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers said on Monday another worker had died at Sibanye Stillwater's Driefontein mine outside Carletonville over the weekend, the latest in a recent spate of fatalities at the company's operations.
Economist George Glynos says the renegotiation of the Mining Charter is crucial for South Africa's economy.
MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5%, having recovered more than 40 percent of their losses from late last month to last week’s low. Japan’s Nikkei gained 1.3%. Trading is expected to be slower than usual due to market holidays in the United States as well as Greater China. On Wall Street, […]
The Chamber of Mines has agreed to postpone its court application challenging the Reviewed Mining Charter, which was due to be heard in the High Court from Monday, following talks with the Presidency and the Department of Mineral Resources.
Sanco has called for a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of the Mineral Resources department's Mpumalanga regional manager Aubrey Tshivhandekano on Thursday.
BLF has expressed shock over last week's court judgment setting aside the Bankorp-CIEX report which found that the public was prejudiced by government and the Reserve Bank's failure to recover the R3.2 billion from Bankorp Limited-Absa.
The Office of the Public Protector has expressed shock over Friday's court judgment against its Bankorp-CIEX report which found that the public was prejudiced by government and the Reserve Banks failure to recover the 3.2 billion rand from Bankorp Limited-ABSA.
Isuzu has officially launched their 100% owned vehicle manufacturing plant in Port Elizabeth.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told parliament that he will appoint a Commission of Inquiry into governance at the South African Revenue Service.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has emphasised the need for economic growth and recovery in his first State of the Nation Address, as well as a focus on education, social justice and other themes.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says Mining will bring new dawn for SA. He is addressing South Africans in his first State of the Nation address, only a day after being elected Head of State. The former Deputy President (who was elected ANC President in December 2017), outlined plans for the creation of a million […]
Eskom has accepted the resignation of Matshela Koko with immediate effect, but said that it reserves all its rights to institute legal action in respect of any damages it suffered.
In congratulating Cyril Ramaphosa on his election as President of South Africa, the Chamber of Mines pledged to working with the new administration to move the mining industry forward and realise its full potential.
South Africa’s Treasury is set to present its 2018 budget to parliament on Wednesday but market focus is on whether new President Cyril Ramaphosa will reshuffle the cabinet before then and replace Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba. Ramaphosa was sworn in as head of state on Thursday after his scandal-plagued predecessor, Jacob Zuma, reluctantly resigned on […]
The high court in Pretoria on Friday set aside Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s controversial findings and remedial action ordering ABSA bank to pay R1.125 bn in what she said was accumulated interest for unpaid apartheid era bailout loans.
The rand is at its strongest against the dollar in three years.
Labour and business say they have high expectations of newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa with top on the list being to urgently turn around the economy.
South African state entity, Transnet, said on Thursday that it would not be taking any disciplinary action at this stage or suspending any officials implicated in the 1064 locomotives scandal due to the inconclusive nature of the forensic report.
Economists have expressed confidence that acting President Cyril Ramaphosa will be able to remove investor impediments and inspire economic growth.
The Rand has continued to strengthen in the wake of Jacob Zuma's resignation as head of state on Wednesday.
Oil prices have continued to increase by more than 1% since Wednesday's close of the JSE.
The Chief Executive of mining company Exxaro has told the Eskom Inquiry that they had been forced out of contracts to supply coal to Eskom power stations in favour of Gupta-owned mining company Tegeta.
South Africa's rand strengthened on Wednesday lunchtime after the ruling African National Congress gave President Jacob Zuma a deadline to resign or face a motion of no confidence in Parliament on Thursday.
Gold Fields said on Wednesday it had taken a R3.5 billion, or U.S.$278 million, impairment charge at its South Deep mine due to a below-forecast gold price and a slower ramp up of production for the year ended 31 December 2017.
The rand held its ground against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday even as uncertainty swirled around President Jacob Zuma's future, hours after his ruling ANC party said it had recalled him from his post.