The South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union has welcomed the call to South Africans by president Cyril Ramaphosa to buy local products.
President Donald Trump's renewed focus on what he calls "unfair" exchange rates could presage a new global battlefield that has the potential to do great damage to the world economy.
South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATAWU), has moved to explain how R65 million worth of pension money went missing from its coffers. The money, meant for orphans of deceased mineworkers, was allegedly laundered by the union's former secretary general Zenzo Mahlangu, among others.
With unemployment raging, 150 youth from rural areas of Mpumalanga have graduated with skills in clothing manufacture.
Huawei Technologies Co Inc filed a lawsuit against the US Commerce Department on Friday challenging whether telecommunications equipment it sent from China to the United States, and then back to China, is covered by Export Administration Regulations.
The South African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union has applauded President Cyril Ramaphosa for supporting locally made products.
Broadcaster, MultiChoice, has announced that it will shedding more than two-thousand jobs in a retrenchment drive.
SAA Express executive Brian Van Wyk has asked the State Capture Commission to postpone his testimony.
City Power CEO Lerato Setshedi has ordered the city of Johannesburg to investigate the awarding of a close to one billion rand tender at the power utility.
Gold prices broke $1 400 an ounce to hit a near-six-year high on Friday as the weaker dollar, economic concerns and geopolitical tensions saw investors pile into the safe-haven commodity.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has pledged to ensure the speed up of the release of the R230 billion of support for the ailing power utility Eskom, which he says is too vital to the economy to be allowed to fail.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says Parliament will urgently table a Special Appropriations Bill to allocate a 'significant portion' of the 230-billion-rand in fiscal support that struggling power utility Eskom requires.
Minister of Communications, Telecommunications and Postal Services, Stella Ndabeni- Abrahams, has assured the nation and the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) that there is no blackout that's going to befall the public broadcaster.
For the world's biggest oil traders, it feels like a return to the 1980s when earnings were diluted by an abundance of crude.
Among the most marginalised of South African citizens, rural women are hoping the President's State of the Nation speech addresses their economic challenges.
South African Express Commercial General Manager, Arson Phiri, will testify before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown in Johannesburg on Thursday morning.
Britain should create a new body to promote a positive “vision” for banking and cut taxes on the industry after failing to support the sector adequately ahead of Brexit, banking trade body UK Finance’s chair said on Wednesday.
The case against Flaming Silver, a subsidiary of SSC Group, and Vantage Goldfields has been postponed to July.
The consumer price inflation rate has increased to 4.5% in May, from 4.4% in April 2019.
The Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will on Wednesday continue to hear testimony from former South African Airways (SAA) CFO Phumeza Nhantsi.
Economist at NKC African Economists, Elize Kruger, expects inflation to remain unchanged as Stats SA prepares to release the consumer prices inflation number for May 2019 on Wednesday.
Former South African Airways (SAA) Chief Financial Officer Phumeza Nhantsi has defended the decision to appoint BnP Capital to source a R15 billion consolidated loan for the national airline in 2015.
The Department of Communications says National Treasury is considering the SABC's request for a R3.2 billion loan guarantee.
Insurer, Old Mutual, has fired suspended CEO Peter Moyo citing a conflict of interest with an investment firm he founded.
The rand is unchanged against the greenback, with investors looking ahead to Wednesday's release of local consumer price figures and the United States decision on interest rates.
The PIC Inquiry continues.
Media Monitoring Africa has urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to spell out solutions to the financial crisis faced by the SABC, as he prepares for Thursday's State of the Nation Address.
Taxi operators have started queuing at the Gauteng Transport Department's offices in Johannesburg for their minibus-taxis to be vetted before they can be allowed to operate on the disputed Soweto routes.
SABC Chief Financial Officer, Yolande van Biljon, has warned of the possibility of a communication blackout amid the public broadcaster's dire financial situation but says executives are doing their best to avoid a Day Zero scenario.
South African Broadcasting Corporation Chief Financial Officer, Yolande van Biljon, has sought to explain the reasons behind the executives' plea for a R3.2 billion government guarantee.