Stanbic Zambia says mining remains a significant sector of the southern African country's economy as it generates the largest amount of revenue for the government through taxes.
Eskom’s financial crisis could soon be over. The power utility says local financial institutions are now queuing up to lend it money following the recent drastic changes in its management, with a new board being announced. Eskom needs R20 billion to stay afloat until the end of its financial year next month. It’s already received […]
The power utility says local financial institutions are now queuing up to lend it money following the drastic changes in management recently.
Barkley West residents in the Northern Cape demand that Dikgatlong Municipality be placed under administration and its entire council be dissolved.
International air freight cargo volumes are on the increase in KwaZulu-Natal, signalling positive growth patterns for trade in the province.
The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has expressed concern over the delay in determining President Jacob Zuma's fate.
After months of under performance on global currency markets, the rand continues to strengthen on the back of a strong dollar and hope of a new political administration in South Africa.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions has called for the closure of Sibanye Gold mining company, citing its poor safety record.
The acting Secretary to Parliament, Baby Tyawa, is currently determining the costs involved in postponing the State of the Nation Address.
The National Union of Mineworkers said on Wednesday that it was saddened that the two mineworkers who were trapped underground at Sibanye-Stillwater's Kloof mine had died.
Two miners are trapped underground following a ground-fall at Sibanye Gold's Kloof gold mine on Gauteng's West Rand.
While bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have suffered precipitous falls in recent weeks, the units remain popular in Nigeria where they make it easier to do business.
Subaru SA has announced a recall that affects Subaru models produced and sold between 2004 and 2014 in South Africa.
The Solidarity Trade Union has filed criminal charges against former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and former board chairperson, Ben Ngubane.
Business confidence is on the increase.
While there may be tough choices and trade-offs to be made, the South African mining industry must continue to balance sustainability, competitiveness and transformation, exploration company Tranter Resources CEO Humphrey Mathe said on Tuesday.
The Chamber of Mines says it will not withdraw its court case against the Department of Mineral Resources even if the department gets a new minister.
The Public Service Association is unhappy with the announcement that the Public Investment Corporation will grant Eskom a short term loan of R5 billion.
Bitcoin plunged 20 percent to a three-month low on Tuesday, its latest sharp loss following a series of setbacks for the cryptocurrency.
The Public Servants Association of South Africa (PSA) has lashed the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) for agreeing to loan R5 billion to power utility Eskom.
Plans are at an advance stage to re-open the Lily Gold Mine at Louieville near Barberton in Mpumalanga.
Eskom is looking to convert debt into equity for its lenders as a solution for its liquidity challenges.
A Chinese delegation is currently in the Northern Cape on a mission to collaborate with the provincial government on small business development, particularly in the diamond industry.
Num says it will wait and see how the Mineral Department's investigation will unfold at the Sibanye Beatrix Gold mine, in the Free State.
Recovery in the mining sector in the country is expected to continue in 2018 due to rise in commodity prices supported by renewed investment for the sector.
The Chamber of Mines says despite a resurgence of hope in the mining sector in 2018, an uncertain policy regulatory environment, lack of ethical leadership and good governance continues to drag the sector down.
Newly appointed Chief Operations Officer at SABC, Chris Maroleng is sharing his vision for the public broadcaster .
Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's unfair dismissal case is expected to get underway at the CCMA Monday.
The price of all grades of petrol will drop by 30c/l with effect from midnight on Tuesday.
Labour union AMCU has confirmed that operations will remain suspended at the Sibanye Beatrix Gold mine at Theunissen, in the northern Free State.