Economist Azar Jammine has described as unreasonable expectation that President Cyril Ramaphosa's ascension to power would have had an effect in South Africa's economic growth.
US President Donald Trump has withdrawn his country's endorsement of the G7 communique after accusing host and Canada's Prime Minister of making false statements at a press conference at the conclusion of the event.
An elite South Africa police unit raided offices of India's Bank of Baroda on Friday and seized documents as part of an investigation into state corruption under former president Jacob Zuma, a police spokesperson said.
The Department of Public Service and Administration says the Public Servants Association strike =, scheduled for Monday, is unprocedural.
South Africa says the invitation of President Cyril Ramaphosa to the G7 leaders summit signals an endorsement of government's renewed drive to bolster foreign investment.
South African Airways management has announced that it will take on the challenge of making the state-owned airline profitable in three years' time.
Seventy-four cash-in-transit heists have been committed in Gauteng in the past nine months.
The rand continued to weaken against a basket of major currencies and lost two per cent in its weakest level in six months -- this week.
Less than ten percent of commercial land has been transferred from white to black people through restitution and redistribution since 1994.
Eskom has warned that a strike could put more pressure on its ailing electricity supply system.
South Africa's rand slumped to a near six-month low against the dollar, and government bonds weakened sharply on Friday, dragged down by weak economic growth and global investors shying away from riskier assets.
Trade union NUMSA says it is officially headed for a strike following a deadlock in wage negotiations with Eskom.
Leaders of the Group of Seven nations meeting in Quebec, Canada over the next two days will pressure the United States President on the tariffs he’s imposed on their imports of steel and aluminum sparking fears of a trade war that could undermine global economic growth.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has walked out of the second round of wage negotiations with Eskom, accusing the power utility of displaying a hostile attitude towards workers.
South African state power utility Eskom plans to sell foreign debt in around two months following an improvement in investor sentiment, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Statistics South Africa's latest data shows a slight improvement in manufacturing output.
Dozens of organisations including rights groups and pro-democracy activists have urged the European Union to reject a proposed free trade agreement with Vietnam, accusing the one-party state of being among the "worst enemies" of human rights.
Johannesburg's Metrobus has suspended bus services after two drivers and two passengers were harmed during the ongoing bus strike. Six of its buses have also been attacked during the strike which started on Tuesday.
Johannesburg's Metro bus commuters have been forced to seek alternative transport this morning due to a bus strike.
Motorists and commuters are frustrated with the latest fuel hike.
South Africa should do more to create policy certainty to attract R1.2 trillion ($100 billion) in new investment envisaged by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Tiger Brands has appointed new leadership which will take up office at the beginning of July
South African Airways has announced that it will take on the challenge of making the state-owned airline profitable in three years' time.
The Nelson Mandela Bay metro special council meeting set to discuss the 2018/19 budget has been postponed to next week.
Democratic Alliance leader, Mmusi Maimane, says the recent petrol price hike is an insult to the poorest of the poor who live under appalling conditions in South Africa.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions has warned that the latest fuel price increase will have a far reaching impact on the working class.
South Africans have reacted with dissatisfaction on social media platforms as record high fuel prices kicked in at midnight.
The South African Reserve Bank says it has successfully tested its payment system using block chain technology.
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa's new CEO Sibusiso Sithole has undertaken before Parliament that he will prioritise passenger service provision.
Motorists will fork out record high fuel prices from Wednesday as the retail price of petrol has increased by 82 cents per litre.