The South African Broadcasting Corporation has expressed shock and sadness at the passing of former SABC Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO), Peter Matlare.
The commission is currently hearing the cross-examination of an unidentified witness by former Cabinet Minister, Malusi Gigaba. Advocate Pretorius SC is leading the cross-examination.
CEO of Business Unity South Africa and the former Managing Director of the Banking Association, Cas Coovadia, has described the passing of Peter Matlare as a tragic loss at a time when his leadership is most needed.
Molefe worked as a group CEO at Transnet from 2011 to 2015, when he went to join Eskom.
Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says the detection of the 501Y.V2 variant of COVID-19 in South Africa has affected international tourism in the country.
The Nehawu and Parliament are at loggerheads over the payment of annual performance bonuses to eligible employees.
Ecuador’s state-owned oil company Petroecuador said on Saturday that it had awarded a tender to export some 1.44 million barrels of Oriente-grade crude to a unit of Royal Dutch Shell PLC.
A Zeerust business forum in the North West wants the construction of a new mega shopping complex in the town to be halted, saying it won't benefit the community.
There's growing concern among some political parties that the National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) decision to accept funds from international retail giant Steinhoff will compromised its credibility.
Democrats in the US Senate said Friday they had resolved their differences over unemployment aid in President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 aid bill, enabling them to move forward with the sweeping package after hours of delay.
Oil prices jumped about 3% on Friday, hitting their highest levels in more than a year, following a stronger-than-expected US jobs report and a decision by OPEC and its allies not to increase supply in April.
Wall Street ended sharply higher after a volatile session on Friday, with the Nasdaq rebounding at the end of a week that saw it extend losses to about 10% from its previous record high.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has confirmed that it's received money from Steinhoff to assist with a forensic probe into the company's auditing scandal, but insists there is no conflict of interest.
Eskom says the prospects of recovering debt owed to the company by municipalities is remote.
Former Board Chairperson at arms manufacturer Denel, Daniel Mantsha, is scheduled to continue testifying at Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Johannesburg on Friday.
A surge in blank-cheque investment vehicle fundraising and frantic pandemic-related trading in 2020 boosted investment banks’ income by a record 28% from the year before, a report showed on Friday.
Former CEO of Trillian Management Consulting, Bianca Goodson, has told the State Capture Commission in Johannesburg that she was told that Gupta associate and Trillian Capital shareholder Salim Essa had the necessary connections in government to open the cash taps.
The debate over proposed amendments to the Pension Fund Act of 1956 is heating up.
Former Director of National Treasury Michael Sachs has warned that South Africa will still have high debt servicing costs beyond 2023.
The State Capture Commission of Inquiry continues to hear Eskom-related evidence from the former Chief Executive Officer of Trillian Management Consulting, Ms Bianca Goodson.
The NPA says there is good progress in investigations regarding the Steinhoff saga, which is known as South Africa's biggest corporate fraud.
The Commission will continue to hear Eskom related evidence from the Former Chief Executive Officer of Trillian Management Consulting, Bianca Goodson.
The preliminary findings of the investigation on allegations of corruption within South African Airways (SAA) conducted by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) have revealed what Members of Parliament have described as a "devastating" picture of the extent of corruption at the airline.
Bitcoin rose 5% to $50,942.58 on Wednesday, adding $2,426.23 to its previous close.
Trade unions are once again threatening the SABC with court action over the handling of the retrenchment process. They say the process, which was meant to be completed by the end of last month, is unjust, unlawful and flawed.
Portuguese hotels lost 73% of total revenues last year compared to 2019, the Portuguese Hotel Association (AHP) said on Wednesday, as the COVID-19 pandemic drastically curbed travel from abroad, weighing on the tourism-dependent economy.
The State Capture Commission of Inquiry continues hearing Eskom-related testimony on Wednesday afternoon.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says President Cyril Ramaphosa at this stage is not compelled to respond to allegations made about him by former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe in his testimony to the State Capture Commission of Inquiry.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture continues with its hearings in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula is pinning his hopes on the newly appointed Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) CEO Zolani Matthews to turn things around at the rail agency.