Ramaphosa says unlike last year, currently there's a way forward to address Eskom's problems and other economic challenges.
Residents, civil society groups and the business community in the Nelson Mandela Bay have rejected Eskom's application for a 15% tariff increase over three years.
Business leaders in Britain and beyond warned on Wednesday of catastrophic job losses and chaos at ports if the country does not agree a European Union withdrawal, turning up the heat on politicians to deliver clarity.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Wesgro, Tim Harris, says the UK is Western Cape province's largest investor.
The engagement session between Mineral Resources minister, Gwede Mantashe and the community of Xolobeni outside Mbizana in the Eastern Cape, was cut short due to unruly residents who began singing struggle songs.
Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Labour has agreed to effect a technical amendment to the National Minimum Wage Act that came into effect at the beginning of the year.
McDonald's Corp has lost its rights to the trademark "Big Mac" in a European Union case ruling in favour of Ireland-based fast-food chain Supermac's, according to a decision by European regulators.
Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co said on Tuesday they will join forces on commercial vans and pickups and are exploring joint development of electric and self-driving technology, actions meant to save the automakers billions of dollars.
Mangaung Metro Municipality has lost more than R1 billion in revenue on water wastage.
The sector continues to struggle following the policy uncertainty debacle it suffered in the recent past.
The mining sector is still in doldrums even worse than economists had thought. Stats SA data shows mining production decreased by 5.6%year on year in November from an increase of 0.2 percent in October.
The National Energy Regulator (NERSA) has asked Eskom to make public information around investigations into possible allegations of fraud, corruption and mismanagement at the power utility.
Sibanye-Stillwater has contingency plans in place to minimize the possible impact of a strike at its South African platinum operations, Chief Executive Neal Froneman said.
Energy analyst, Chris Yelland, says energy regulator Nersa is unlikely to grant Eskom a 15% annual tariff increase for the next three years.
Paul Ramara from Spoor and Fisher attorney says counterfeit goods impact South Africa’s economy.
Hundreds of flights are to be cancelled at eight German airports, including at the nation's busiest travel hub - Frankfurt, as security staff walk off the job in a deepening row over pay.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) has unveiled plans to embark on a secondary strike at Sibanye Stillwater's platinum operations around Rustenburg.
Credit ratings agency, Moody's, has released a report on Sub-Saharan Africa - saying the South African economy is expected to show signs of life this year.
Resource-rich Argentina is expected to join the international transparency standard for managing oil, gas and mineral resources, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) said on Monday, which could make it more attractive for investors.
Analysts expect the South Africa Reserve bank to keep rates unchanged when it makes its decision on interest rates later this week.
Eskom Chief Financial officer, Calib Cassim, has painted a bleak picture of the power utility's finances.
Eskom's Chief Financial Officer, Calib Cassim, says even with a 15% increase in electricity tariffs, the power utility will not be able to recover all its debt.
Commuters were stranded in Zimbabwe's two main cities on Monday.
Over half of South Africans are living in poverty, that is according to the Poverty Trends Report for 2006 to 2015.
A drastic 150% overnight rise in Zimbabwe's fuel prices failed on Sunday to ease a nationwide petrol and diesel shortage caused by a lack of hard currency.
China's global trade volume rose last year but its surplus fell again as its imports outpaced its exports, official data released Monday showed amid a bruising trade war with the United States.
Many Zimbabweans have reacted with frustration to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's sharp increase in the price of fuel.
Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei said on Saturday it had sacked an employee arrested in Poland on spying charges in a case that could intensify Western security concerns about the company.
Free State Agriculture says food security will be extremely affected if weather conditions remain as they are.
Heavy rainfall has again caused flooding at the Savannah Mall in Polokwane in Limpopo.