South Africa will benefit immensely from hosting the 10th Brics summit.
Labour union Numsa will meet Wits University management Monday afternoon to discuss the latest wage offer.
Metrorail's central line train service in Cape Town remains suspended due to acts of vandalism and it's unclear when operations will resume.
Over 40 previously disadvantaged village students from villages, townships and small dorpies in the North West are hoping to take to the skies.
South African Revenue Services (SARS) customs officials have opened criminal charges against two passengers who attempted to take R6 million worth of undeclared currency out of South Africa through the OR Tambo International Airport.
South African Revenue Service (SARS) customs officials have prevented over R6 million worth of undeclared foreign currency from exiting South Africa at OR Tambo International Airport (ORTIA) this week, SARS said on Sunday. Customs Officials at ORTIA intercepted two passengers travelling to Dubai as they were about to board their flight on Thursday, SARS acting […]
Estonia is looking to drag the euro into the crypto age -- and tame the volatility plaguing bitcoin and its peers -- by creating a digital token backed by the single European currency.
Scopa Chairperson Themba Godi says all individuals found to be responsible for corruption at Steinhoff International should be prosecuted and jailed.
Former Eskom Acting CEO Sean Maritz has been suspended until Tuesday, when he will be given an opportunity to explain to the power utility's Acting CEO Phakamani Radebe, why he should not be fired.
SCOPA Chairperson Themba Godi says next week Wednesday's meeting with Steinhoff International might not be the last one. Godi says Steinhoff has been informed to come to Parliament.
Trade union National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has vowed to intensify its strike at the Wits University in Johannesburg.
United States President Donald Trump told a summit of business and political leaders that the United States would “no longer turn a blind eye” to what he described as unfair trade practices.
Moody's has cited Eskom's deteriorating liquidity and government's inability to provide direct equity support for the power utility as its reason for downgrading Eskom.
The deciduous fruit industry body, Hortgro has dismissed reports linking the outbreak of Listeria in the country to apples as false and irresponsible.
Eskom's head of generation Matshela Koko's job at the power utility is safe for now.
Volkswagen South Africa completed its major investment programme and has launched the new Polo on Friday at their Uitenhage plant.
Toyota South Africa is recalling 730 000 cars to replace defective airbag inflators affecting deferent models.
Trade Union Solidarity, which brought the application to revoke Molefe's pension pay-out, says it's pleased with the court's decision.
Investment analyst Nadir Thokan says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa appears to be succeeding in convincing investors that South Africa has reclaimed its place as a favourable investment destination.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe 's lawyer Barry Farber says they will study Thursday's court judgment before they decide their next step.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says his message to US President Donald Trump would be that it is bad politics to talk badly of Africa, where humanity began.
Brian Molefe’s lawyer Barry Farber says it is not clear whether the former Eskom Chief Executive Officer will appeal Thursday's high court ruling that set aside his R30 million pension pay out.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has been ordered to pay back R11 million he has received so far as part of a R30-million pension pay-out from the power utility. He has been given ten days to pay back the money.
South African business leaders at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos in Switzerland continue to celebrate the new attitude towards South Africa as an investment destination.
Dis-Chem Pharmacies said on Thursday that it has reached a satisfactory agreement with the workers' union to end their week-long strike at its outlets.
Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa says government realised it had to act quickly on Eskom when a preparatory meeting was held ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
As the Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa continues engaging world leaders and business in Davos, Switzerland at home the rand has been strengthening.
Former Eskom acting CEO and Group Executive for Generations, Matshela Koko, revealed how certain Eskom executives have allegedly been receiving kickbacks from suppliers doing business with Eskom.
Global markets are taking a slight breather from the equities rally witnessed in recent weeks, with Japanese and European markets seen suffering some losses today.
The rand has broken through the 12-rand level against the dollar for the first time in two-and-a-half years.