South Africa and China have signed five bilateral agreements during President Cyril Ramaphosa's State Visit to Beijing earlier Sunday afternoon.
Small and emerging women-owned businesses in uMsinga in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands have been given a shot in the arm.
South Africa's mainly white Solidarity union will begin a strike on Monday at petrochemicals firm Sasol over a share ownership scheme offered exclusively for black staff.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told Chinese business people that policy certainty will go a long way in helping South Africa become an attractive investment destination.
Nigeria's decision to order South African telecoms giant MTN to repay billions of dollars that it had allegedly illegally repatriated over a period of eight years could sour investor sentiment towards the country...
Women in construction want their slice of the pie and they now have the backing of the department of Human Settlements.
Public Service and Administration minister, Ayanda Dlodlo says government has no intention to lay off staff in the public sector.
The Department of Energy is expected to announce another fuel price increase during the weekend which the Automobile Association (AA) has warned will take to record high levels next month.
The Department of Energy is expected to announce a fuel price increase during the weekend which the Automobile Association has warned will take to record high levels in September.
The SARS inquiry is in its 11th round of public hearings since it started earlier this year. On the final day of public hearings, the commission will hear testimonies from Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene and and Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.
MTN Group shares plunged as much as 25% to a nine year low on Thursday, a day after Nigeria ordered the telecoms group's Lagos-based business to hand over $8.1 billion that the authorities say was illegally sent abroad.
Transport Minister, Blade Nzimande says there are no immediate plans to scrap the controversial e-tolling system in Gauteng.
It has emerged that Bain, the consulting agency responsible for introducing the restructuring project at SARS followed an irregular tender process which saw the getting paid R164 million for what was initially a tender R2 million tender.
Mobile operator MTN is concerned about its share price which has continued to decline after Nigeria ordered it and its bankers to pay an eight-point-one-billion-dollars refund.
Labour union National Union of Mineworkers has confirmed that Eskom employees who participated in the protracted wage strike will not be dismissed.
The National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa( NUMSA) and NUM have signed a wage agreement with power utility Eskom, ending the protracted strike.
Limpopo municipalities that invested with the troubled VBS Mutual Bank are facing financial constraints.
A study conducted by the University of Cape Town's Economics of Tobacco Control Project has found that Africa has become a prime target for tobacco companies.
The newly appointed boards of armaments manufacturer Denel and regional airline SA Express say they have found dysfunctional organisations with serious liquidity problems.
Citrus farmers in the Ngqushwa area in the Eastern Cape have received a major boost after the provincial agriculture department officially gave them a R55 million pack-house.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is taking the stand at the SARS Commission of inquiry in Pretoria.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is on Wednesday expected to take the stand at the SARS Commission of Inquiry in Pretoria.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says those involved in corruption in the public sector are often oblivious about its impact.
Overall investment in the manufacturing sector continued to expand in the second quarter of 2018, according to the Manufacturing Circle Investment Tracker.
Former Steinhoff Chief Executive Markus Jooste will not appear before Parliament on Wednesday. According to terms of an agreement with Parliament, he will appear on September 5th.
South Africa's mainly white Solidarity union has given Sasol a 48-hour notice to strike over the energy giant's plan to launch a share ownership scheme exclusively for black staff, the union said on Tuesday.
BLSA commends the appointment of new boards of the Acsa and the Sanral as a significant step towards restoring leadership integrity, good corporate governance and financial prudence in these entities.
There have been calls to grant permits to illegal miners in the Namaqualand in Northern Cape.
The Government says there will be no increase in the use of nuclear energy up until 2030.