SpaceX will launch the “DOGE-1 Mission to the Moon” in the first quarter of next year, with Elon Musk’s commercial rocket company accepting the meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin as payment.
The involvement of senior government officials in mining interests in the North West is believed to be a driving force behind the lack of transparency and accountability to communities in mining areas.
The Musina-Makhado Special Economic Zone in Limpopo has indicated that the infrastructure development is expected to commence this financial year.
Top US fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline shut its entire network, the source of nearly half of the US East Coast's fuel supply, after a cyber attack on Friday that involved ransomware.
The European Union and India agreed to resume stalled free-trade negotiations and seek closer cooperation to combat climate change at a virtual summit on Saturday, as concerns about China bring Brussels and New Delhi closer.
Credit Rating agency Moody's has skipped a scheduled review of South Africa’s sovereign rating.
Eskom has placed a senior procurement manager on preliminary suspension following evidence of alleged corruption.
This week, motorists are paying less at the pumps after the Energy Department's announcement that the price of all grades of petrol decreased by 9c a litre.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says it intends to comply with a court order that TV news presenter Palesa Chubisi be properly consulted before she is retrenched
US employers hired far fewer workers than expected in April, likely frustrated by labour shortages, leaving them scrambling to met booming demand as the economy reopens amid rapidly improving public health and massive financial help from the government.
The dollar stayed under modest pressure on Friday ahead of a key US jobs report that could cement expectations of a strong economic recovery and fan investor appetite for stocks, higher-yielding currencies and commodities.
The crucial Eskom wage negotiations are teetering on the brink of collapse.
Former Armscor CEO, Kevin Wakeford, has told the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, that Angelo Agrizzi planned to destroy Bosasa and take its business for his personal gain. He was giving evidence before Commission Chairperson, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell below 500 000 last week for the first since the COVID-19 pandemic started more than a year ago, signaling the labor market recovery had entered a new phase amid a booming economy.
The State Capture Commission continues to hear Bosasa-related evidence from a businessman, Kevin Wakeford.
Qatar's Finance Minister Ali Sherif al-Emadi was arrested for questioning over allegations of embezzlement, abuse of power and crimes related to the public sector, a statement carried by state news agency QNA said on Thursday.
World food prices increased for an 11th consecutive month in April, hitting the highest level since May 2014, with sugar leading the rise in all the main indices, the United Nations Food Agency said on Thursday.
The State Capture Commission continues to hear Bosasa related evidence from a businessman, Kevin Wakeford.
City of Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato, has approved the R4-billion expansion project of the V&A Waterfront. The project is set to create over 1000 jobs during the first phase of construction.
Stock indexes mostly rose globally on Wednesday, although the Nasdaq ended lower for the second day, while the US dollar eased off its highest in more than two weeks.
Deputy Finance Minister David Masondo says although the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has collected R38 billion more than what was estimated, government's expenditure is still way above revenue collection.
The State Capture commission hears Bosasa related evidence from businessman and former CEO of Armscor Kevin Wakeford.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will hear BOSASA-related evidence from businessman and former Armscor CEO, Kevin Wakeford, on Wednesday.
World equity indexes slid and US Treasury yields fell on Tuesday as low trading volume, a lull in economic news and lack of a catalyst to lift stocks higher sparked a sell-off by investors worried further upside in markets is limited.
Vodacom says it remains willing to pay 'Please Call Me' inventor Nkosana Makate a substantial amount as it entered into negotiations and negotiated with him in good faith, in accordance with an order of the Constitutional Court.
The National Union of Mineworkers says it believes Eskom will be able to afford the 15% wage increase currently being demanded by employees.
Labour federation, COSATU, says it is hopeful that government will renegotiate a wage offer with public sector unions.
The case involving the owners of Lily Mine, Vantage Goldfields, business rescue practitioners and potential investors Arqomanzi will be heard virtually at the Mpumalanga High Court on Thursday.
The State Capture Commission of Inquiry continues to hear testimony related to power utility, Eskom, from former acting CEO, Matshela Koko, on Tuesday afternoon. Earlier Koko testified that there should be consequences for witnesses who deliberately misled the commission.
The office of the Auditor-General has revealed that about R6.9 billion of taxpayer's money is unaccounted for by various government departments and other entities of the state over the past two years.