With the tax filing season underway, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) says so far, about 6.2 million South Africans have filed their taxes.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has called an urgent meeting of all its regions to discuss whether or not to call off its protracted wage strike in the steel and engineering sector.
Nestle raised its full-year sales target on Wednesday after the world’s largest food group reaped the benefits of price hikes on its products ranging from pet food to bottled water with a forecast-beating third quarter.
The dollar steadied in early European trading on Wednesday, after an improvement in global risk appetite saw riskier currencies gain and the yen hit a four-year low against the dollar overnight.
Bitcoin is on the cusp of an all-time high, its latest rally fuelled by the launch of the first US bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund that investors think could make the cryptocurrency accessible for swathes of new investors.
Major economies will produce more than double the amount of coal, oil and gas in 2030 than is consistent with meeting climate goals set in the 2015 Paris accord to curb global warming, the United Nations and researchers said on Wednesday.
Thousands of unvaccinated workers across the United States are facing potential job losses as a growing number of states, cities and private companies start to enforce mandates for inoculation against COVID-19.
US stock indexes closed higher on Tuesday with the biggest boosts from the technology and healthcare sectors as investors appeared to bet on solid quarterly reports even as some worried that it was too early to celebrate.
The price of potatoes in South Africa has decreased in recent weeks.
NUMSA members downed tools indefinitely three weeks ago, demanding an eight percent increase across the board.
Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) Minister Ebrahim Patel says R1.5 billion has been approved to support businesses affected by the looting and unrest in July.
The company says the poor results reflect the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the tourism and aviation industry.
The Automobile Association of South Africa says South Africans should brace themselves for a fuel price hike of what they are calling catastrophic proportions, in November.
The dollar languished near the bottom of its recent range against major peers on Tuesday, knocked back by weak US factory data overnight and on market wagers of faster normalisation of monetary policy in other countries.
The dollar dipped on Monday after data showed production at US factories fell by the most in seven months in September, erasing earlier gains on expectations that the Federal Reserve may be closer to raising interest rates than previously expected.
Local mobile operator MTN store's transformation plan has sparked some concerns among employees and the labour union.
Travellers, who use the Polokwane International Airport in Limpopo, have expressed excitement after it was declared safe to resume operations.
Government will introduce a Social Employment Fund as part of the second phase of its efforts to create job opportunities for hundreds of thousands of unemployed South Africans through the Presidential Employment Stimulus programme.
The disparity between food security and food supply in South Africa can be attributed to about 10.3 million tonnes of food wastage annually.
The Polokwane International Airport has been reopened and welcomed its first flight on Monday morning.
Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana has reaffirmed the need for South Africa to implement structural reforms for the economy to grow.
Eskom has turned to the High Court in Johannesburg to review the National Energy Regulator of South Africa's (NERSA) decision to reject its price increase application.
Waving signs like "coercion is not consent," and "stop the mandate," some 200 Boeing Co employees and others staged a protest over the planemaker's COVID-19 vaccine requirement for United Sates (US)workers.
South Africa’s monopoly port operator Transnet late Friday declared a force majeure at its Richards Bay Bulk Terminal, it said in a statement, following a fire that broke out at the port on Wednesday.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala has identified the cash-strapped uMkhanyakude District as one of the municipalities that have not been co-operative under government intervention.
Square Inc Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey said on Friday the Fintech firm is looking to build a Bitcoin mining system based on custom silicon and open source for individuals as well as businesses.
US stocks ended higher on Friday after Goldman Sachs became the latest big bank to report strong quarterly earnings, and Wall Street's three major indexes posted gains for the week.
Bitcoin topped $60,000 for the first time in six months on Friday, nearing its all-time high, as hopes grew that US regulators would allow a futures-based exchange-traded fund (ETF), a move likely to open the path to wider investment in digital assets.
Local mobile operator MTN has confirmed that it has filed papers in the Pretoria High Court, opposing a decision taken by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), to withdraw a temporary unused spectrum.
Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has told mayors and senior municipal officials from KwaZulu-Natal that investors do not want to open businesses where there are electricity blackouts, frequent water cuts and unclean towns.