Saftu General Secretary, Zwelinzima Vavi, says President Cyril Ramaphosa must be congratulated for the no salary increase to certain public office bearer.
CCMA commissioners are holding talks on how to improve implementation of the upcoming minimum wage with various stakeholders, currently in Cape Town.
One of South Africa's largest corporate investors, Tsogo Sun, has invested R1.6 billion in the KwaZulu-Natal Golden Mile.
The CCMA has been granted more powers and responsibilities to enforce the national minimum wage.
Operations have been disrupted at Kusile Power Station in Emalahleni in Mpumalanga. This after security guards embarked on a strike and closed the gates into the Power station demanding payment from the company contracted by the power utility Eskom.
Analysts say Eskom must urgently consider restructuring and reducing its overheads in order to remain sustainable and that the bad business decisions that Eskom made over the years have contributed to the current crisis that it is facing.
OPEC ministers presented a "final draft" of an agreement for oil production cuts to a meeting Friday with partner countries including Russia, as oil prices rebounded at news that a deal may be close.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has officially proclaimed the National Minimum Wage of R20 an hour at an event in Kliptown, Soweto, on Friday.
South African lender Absa Group set out new targets to raise its return on equity(RoE) by around 4% by 2021, from levels currently among the lowest of South Africa's big four banks.
The Public Investment Corporation says it was aware that the son of former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was involved in a transaction the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) made with Mozambican S&S Refineries.
Kimberley-based mining company, Petra Diamonds, has announced the completion of the sale of its 75.9% stake in the Kimberley Ekapa Mining Joint Venture.
Economists say rating agency Fitch is not likely to downgrade South Africa's rating anytime soon.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says Special Economic Zones can work as launching pads for much needed economic recovery in the country.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says Eskom has come up with a plan which will be updated weekly between now and the end of January with regard to making efforts to keep lights on.
Eskom is set to brief the media on Thursday afternoon at Megawatt Park in Johannesburg as it struggles to keep the lights on.
The High Court in Johannesburg has heard that the SABC only found out during an audit process that its former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng received a success fee of R11.5 million.
China reacted furiously on Thursday after a top executive and daughter of the founder of Chinese telecom giant Huawei was arrested in Canada following a US extradition request, threatening to rattle a trade war truce with the United States.
Eskom reportedly has exorbitant debt that amounts to R419 billion. The power utility is not selling enough power to cover its costs.
State-owned arms manufacturer Denel says it needs a financial injection of about R1.5-billion for its operational projects and new programmes.
Nissan plans to conduct another recall owing to "improper" tests on new vehicles, dealing a fresh blow to the Japanese car giant following the shocking arrest of former chairperson Carlos Ghosn.
SABC Board member Krish Naidoo has confirmed to the public broadcaster's Radio News that he has resigned.
The Masilonyana Municipality workers in Theunissen in the Free State are demanding the reversal of a decision to put the municipality under administration.
Hundreds of community members in Tshamahansi village outside Mokopane in Limpopo have threatened to shut-down Ivanplats mine if the mine management fails to meet their demands.
A group of 60 customers is taking FNB to court over a theft that happened two years ago.
During the festive season, many consumers tend to overspend and find themselves in trouble in the new year; with the country showing economic improvement, consumers may think that they have money.
The civil society group SOS Coalition has warned the new Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams that she may be acting unlawfully by meddling in SABC affairs.
The ship, owned by the French Total oil company, is an oil tanker converted into a FPSO vessel, pumping oil from deep under the seabed into its vast holds before collection -- a major innovation for the industry.
The Save Our SABC coalition has called on stakeholders at the public broadcaster to regroup amid reports that two board members have resigned.
Indonesia wants South Africa to reciprocate, after the East Asian country's recent move to do away with visa requirements for locals visiting its country.
Statistics South Africa released the economic growth rate or GDP for the third quarter, which came in at 2-point-2 percent quarter-on-quarter positive growth.