Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says local government has a constitutional duty to be financially responsible and accountable.
Alister Chabi who is an Actuarial Scientist testifying at the state capture commission says the R15.9 billion increase of Transnet's 1064 locomotives contract was unjustifiable.
Democratic Alliance (DA) MP, Alf Lees has called for South African Airways (SAA) to be sold-off.
By enhancing production and streamlining resource management, African countries can finally have the capital to invest in industrialization and in the diversification of their economies, writes João Marques.
The European Union's Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has told EU politicians he will make Britain's new trade deal with the EU a priority after Brexit, the Financial Times reported here citing people briefed on a closed-door meeting in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
Political parties in parliament have come out in support of an equity partner for South African Airways.
Twenty-five billion rand will be invested in the Waterberg District in Limpopo to fast track service delivery in 74 projects, through the District Development Model initiative.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says that Eskom will not be privatised, but government will continue to support the power utility until its liquidity problems have been solved.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has warned taxpayers that they risk being penalised if they miss the deadline on Wednesday next week.
Anchor tenants at retail malls and exclusive leases could be on their way out, following the release of the Competition Commission's final report of the grocery retail market inquiry.
Eskom has warned that it will switch off electricity supply to three Free State municipalities, affecting several towns next week if they fail to pay the power utility
South Africa's deteriorating debt ratios and weak economic growth are major concerns for ratings agencies, and the country is at risk of being excluded from the Citigroup's World Government Bond Index.
Acquiring Tiffany will lift LVMH’s operating profits by 500 million to 600 million euros ($661.32 million) in the first 12 months, the luxury goods group’s Chairman and Chief Executive Bernard Arnault said on Monday.
Cosatu says it is ready to take its suggestion to have South African Airways (SAA) partially privatised to the alliance meeting this weekend.
The criticism of government for the appointment of Andre de Ruyter as the new Eskom GCEO has intensified.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says that government is working hard to address the economic challenges being experienced in the country.
United States national security adviser Robert O’Brien said on Saturday that an initial trade agreement with China is still possible by the end of the year, but warned Washington would not turn a blind eye to what happens in Hong Kong.
South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) says the survival of South African Airlines depends on management's commitment to implement various anti-corruption and cost-saving measures.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will promise to bring his Brexit deal back to parliament before Christmas when he launches his manifesto on Sunday, the cornerstone of his pitch to voters to “get Brexit done”.
Economists say the decision by ratings agency Standard and Poor’s to change South Africa's outlook to negative is a warning to government.
SAA has outlined the economic losses it incurred following a week-long strike action.
National Treasury says government remains committed to implementing reforms to help revive the country's economic growth.
Credit rating agency, Standard and Poor's, has downgraded its outlook for South Africa's credit rating to negative.
The United States is the world’s biggest source of instability and its politicians are going around the world baselessly smearing China, the Chinese government’s top diplomat said on Saturday in a stinging attack at a G20 meeting in Japan.
Ethiopia's national carrier Ethiopian Airways says it is open to assisting South African Airlines to stay afloat, if it has called on to
Some Soweto residents are up in arms over electricity disconnections. 99% of the country's biggest township gets its power directly from Eskom.
Operations at South African Airways (SAA) will return to normal from Friday evening - with salaries being paid as scheduled later this month.
Tributes are pouring in for entrepreneur and philanthropist Donald Gordon, who has passed away in Johannesburg. He was 89.
The strike at SAA is over with all parties signing a wage agreement in Johannesburg on Friday.
The Black Business Council has called on South Africans to support newly appointed Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter, saying the move will bring about change for the state-owned enterprise.