Former South African Broadcasting Corporation COO Chris Maroleng who was fired earlier this year is taking the public broadcaster to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration in Johannesburg.
General Motors Co’s July to September vehicle sales in China fell 17.5%, as the United States (US) automaker was hurt by a slowing economy amid the Sino-US trade war and by heightened competition in its key mid-priced SUV segment.
Chairperson of the Sekunjalo Group, Dr Iqbal Surve, has accused Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan of using state institutions to fight political battles.
South Africa’s rand was little changed early on Wednesday as traders took profits on the dollar and braced for more volatility, with hopes fading for a trade truce between the United States and China.
Trade disputes are taking a toll on the global economy, substantially weakening manufacturing activity and investment and holding back economic potential, Kristalina Georgieva, new chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said on Tuesday.
Eskom briefs the Public Enterprises Committee on its annual report.
Former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni has been given until Wednesday to file an application for the postponement of her delinquent director court case.
Mayor of Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal Ntuthuko Mahlaba has welcomed the ruling of the High Court in Pietermartzburg which has ordered Eskom not to cut off electricity supply to the town in the north of the province.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to chair the first Presidential Economic Advisory Council Meeting in Cape Town on Wednesday.
Botswana’s economy is expected to grow at a slower pace this year compared to last year, the deputy secretary in the ministry of finance said on Tuesday, with the services sector set to drive growth in the medium term.
Four of the seven state-owned enterprises that report to the Department of Public Enterprises have been receiving either qualified or disclaimed audit reports for the past five years.
The Pietermaritzburg High Court has ruled in favour of the Newcastle Municipality on the northern KwaZulu-Natal in an ongoing dispute with Eskom.
The Pietermaritzburg high court is expected to hand down its decision in the matter between the Newcastle municipality on the northern KwaZulu-Natal and Eskom.
The SABC's Chief Financial Officer says despite the public broadcaster receiving a cash injection from government, the public broadcaster will have to work towards financial sustainability.
Oracle Corp (ORCL.N) plans to hire nearly 2,000 additional workers as part of an aggressive plan to roll out its cloud computing services to more locations around the world, its cloud chief told Reuters on Monday.
The SABC says it will prioritise settling outstanding accounts from its service and content providers while maintaining sound cash management principles.
The Labour Court in Johannesburg has granted an interim interdict against the planned strike action by National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa affiliated workers from Air Chefs.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) has described as outrageous the decision by Air Chefs management to demand an urgent interdict against a planned strike by workers.
President of the African Farmers' Association of South Africa (Afasa), Dr Vuyo Mahlati, says they are in constant discussions with the government in a bid to mitigate the impact of the drought on the farming community.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA ) has warned that people who intend to fly should that its members at Airchefs will embark on a strike if the Labour Court in Johannesburg rules in favour of the union on Monday.
The Broadcasting, Electronic, Media and Allied Workers Union (Bemawu) at the SABC say a climate of fear is persisting at the public broadcaster, especially since the announcement of the partial bailout from Government.
Arms manufacturer Denel says the turnaround plan its Board has introduced remains at the core of its strategy to return the company to sustainability.
Over fifty youth-owned small enterprises in KwaZulu-Natal have been given a shot in the arm. They've received a cash injection of over R77 million to grow their businesses.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC) Board Chairperson, Bongumusa Makhathini, says the bail out from Treasury will come in handy for the public broadcaster's road to recovery.
Struggling state-owned defence company, Denel, has reported an operating loss of R1.9 billion for the year to March 31, it said on Friday.
BP on Friday appointed head of upstream Bernard Looney as chief executive to succeed Bob Dudley when he retires next year after leading the oil and gas company back to growth from near collapse in 2010.
Communications Minister, Stella Ndabeni Abrahams has just announced that the SABC will be receiving R2.1 billion on Monday as part of the R3.2 billion bail out.
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams is on Friday expected to brief the media on the SABC's funding allocation from the National Treasury.
Experts speaking at the Joburg Indaba agree that a sustainable energy supply is critical for the growth of the mining industry.
The Office of the Tax Ombudsman has seen a 33% increase in the number of tax complaints against the South African Revenue Service.