The Nigerian telecoms regulator said on Thursday that an $8.1 billion dispute between South African telecoms group MTN and the Nigerian central bank "is being resolved and very soon it will be over."
Workers at the Greater Giyani municipality in Limpopo have expressed fears that they might face salary cuts due to the municipality's investment into the now liquidated VBS Mutual Bank.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) says it's planning to stage a two day total shut down in March 2019.
Airlines service could be affected this week. Comair is facing a possible strike by its workers affiliated to the National Union of Metal of South Africa (Numsa).
De Beers and Vast Resources will be allowed to explore for diamonds in Zimbabwe, which would make them the first listed companies to mine there in that sector for two years, Mining Minister Winston Chitando said.
Eskom has received a R1.5 billion loan injection from the French Development Agency to support the power utility's transmission efforts.
Airline CemAir has until lunchtime on Thursday to comply with aviation regulations, failing which its flying licence will be revoked and it will not be allowed to operate.
Political analyst, Levy Ndou, says the person to take over as the next SARS Commissioner should have the ability to return credibility to the institution, as well as improve staff morale.
Eskom says the probability of load shedding remains low until January the 13th - but it's warned that this could change if there are heavy rains.
Oil prices rose on Thursday, buoyed by a drawdown in US crude inventories and signs that China is taking more concrete steps to put a trade war truce with Washington into action.
The outcome of the 2019 elections could determine South Africa's long term economic prospects. Should the African National Congress (ANC) manage to increase or maintain its support base and continue with its current reforms, this could positively impact on sentiment.
Retail trade sales in South Africa improved in October according to data released by Statistics South Africa.
Statistics South Africa has reported that the consumer price inflation increased to 5.2% in November, from 5.1% in October 2018. Contributions to the increase came from food, non-alcoholic beverages and fuel costs.
South Africa has high number of cybercrime victims and according to the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) - approximately R2.2-billion is lost annually to cyber-attacks in this country.
Labour union Numsa says it rejects claims that its striking plastic sector workers are behind some of the violent attacks during the strike.
Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer and the daughter of its founder, faces US claims that she misled multinational banks about Iran-linked transactions, putting the banks at risk of violating US sanctions.
The City of Johannesburg says state-owned arms manufacturer, Denel, has paid back a R290 million loan which it had received through questionable means.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has welcomed North Gauteng High Court judgment upholding the President's dismissal of Tom Moyane as Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (SARS).
Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) data shows 16 000 jobs were lost in the third quarter. The job losses were largely in the productive sectors of the economy namely, manufacturing, construction and mining.
South Africa’s manufacturing output rose more than expected in October to its highest level since June 2016, data showed on Tuesday, lifting the rand as the economy showed further signs of recovering from recession.
Former SARS commissioner Tom Moyane's lawyer Eric Mabuza says they will study Tuesday's court judgment before deciding the way forward. This after the High Court in Pretoria dismissed with costs Moyane's bid to get his job back.
Power utility, Eskom has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. From retrenchments, suspicious dealings and recently, load shedding.
The chairman of KPMG South Africa on Monday appealed for the firm to be seen as a changed business, following months of efforts to regain public trust after becoming embroiled in major corruption scandals.
Axed SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane will know his fate on Tuesday, after he approached the High Court to have his dismissal lifted and prevent the release of the final Nugent Commission report.
Mine workers affiliated to NUM have downed tools at the Mafube coal mine in Wonderfontein, Mpumalanga, demanding a 10% salary increase while the employer is offering only 7% and 7.5%.
Democratic Republic of Congo's state mining company Gecamines said on Monday it would increase its stake in its Boss Mining joint venture with ENRC Africa Holdings to 49 % after the two companies renegotiated terms.
Eskom says it will not implement Stage 1 rotational load shedding on Monday.
UDM Chief Whip and Member of Parliament's Public Enterprises Portfolio Committee Nqabayomzi Kwankwa has warned that Eskom's current load shedding has the potential to undermine President Cyril Ramphosa's investment efforts.
The SABC's former Head of Supply Chain Management, Simon Mulaudzi, says he is ready to take the public broadcaster to the CCMA over his dismissal.
Eskom says there will be no loadshedding on Sunday as it has recovered sufficient levels and some generating units have returned to service.