Two years on, former Koornfontein Coal Mine workers still await outstanding salaries, severance packages
Cosatu says it will stage a nationwide strike on February the 13th over large-scale retrenchments at ailing state-owned firms and private companies.
The #VodacomShutdown movement is expected to protest outside the mobile giant's headquarters on Friday. Consumers are unhappy over Vodacom's handling the “Please Call Me” matter.
Experts say the economy should grow by at least 3 to 5% in order for it to create employment.
Chinese e-commerce leader Alibaba said Wednesday that net profit increased 37 percent in the latest quarter as growth in cloud computing and other business lines helped offset a slowing expansion in core online retail. The company’s net profit grew to 33.0 billion yuan ($4.9 billion) in the October-December third quarter, compared to 24.1 billion yuan […]
President Cyril Ramaphosa says this year should be the last year that South Africa is described as a country ripped apart by corruption.
Petrol is expected to increase by around eight cents a litre, while diesel is set to drop by three cents and illuminating paraffin by nine cents.
Authorities from the KwaZulu-Natal Economic Development Department and the Ethekwini Municipality have closed down illegal businesses in and around Durban.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says policy certainty is central to private sector investment.
A former board member of the Public Investment Corporation, Claudia Manning, has described the PIC board as characterised by fear and divisions in the period from September to December 2017.
A new study conducted by the University of South Africa revealed that being unemployed for a long of period time lessens the chance of finding work because of job scarcity.
The rand weakened against the dollar on Monday, before a week packed with market-moving events.
Zimbabwe's government will press on with painful economic reforms to overcome years of crisis despite recent bloody unrest, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube told AFP Tuesday.
Britain is working hard for a Brexit deal but it would still be prudent to put in place contingency measures in case no agreement is reached, UK financial services minister John Glen said on Monday.
Lending to the private sector in the eurozone picked up pace in December, official data showed Monday, suggesting little effect from the withdrawal of a key pillar of central bank stimulus last month.
Economists in Zimbabwe's say inflation rate has hit 290%- the second highest in the world after Venezuela.
Ireland dealt a blow on Sunday to British Prime Minister Theresa May's attempts to break the deadlock over Brexit by saying it would not accept any changes to an agreement aimed at preventing a hard border on the island of Ireland.
The Commission of Inquiry into the affairs of the Public Investment Corporation resumes on Monday in Pretoria.
The South African Broadcasting Cooperation (SABC), Primedia and Ster-Kinekor have reached settlement agreements with the Competition Tribunal.
As the ECB takes the final step in phasing out the 500-euro note, few are expected to mourn a bill favoured by criminals but rarely seen in daily life.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says Team SA's message was well received at the World Economic Forum despite the current global economic uncertainty.
The International Monetary Fund has cleared the way to approve the next $2 billion loan payment to Egypt, IMF chief Christine Lagarde announced Friday.
Ottawa's ambassador to China told a Canadian newspaper Friday that it would be "great for Canada" if the US dropped its extradition request for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.
Mthatha airport in the Eastern Cape has been downgraded by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) from a category 4 to a category 3 level airport.
R7 billion and 31 000 jobs have been lost since January 2018 due to the persistent drought and severe heat conditions in the country.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the work of the various commissions probing allegations of state capture and fraud and corruption in the country is a cathartic way of ridding the country of past transgressions and to pave the way for redemption.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority, SACAA, has welcomed the Johannesburg High Court’s judgment in favour of its suspension of CemAir Airline.
In 2018 the Commission exceeded its budget by almost R80 million, while irregular expenditure shot up by R129 million.
Nissan chief Hiroto Saikawa on Thursday welcomed new leadership at Renault replacing detained tycoon Carlos Ghosn and hoped for a "new chapter" in ties between the fractious partners.
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni lead the team at the Word Economic Forum.
Apart from bilateral talks with the Indian government, President Ramaphosa will also be the chief guest at India's Republic Day military parade only the second South African President after Nelson Mandela to get the honour.