The SARS Commission of Inquiry chaired by retired judge Robert Nugent will continue for the fifth day of public hearings on Friday.
Global stocks mostly fell Thursday on a panoply of worries as varied as higher US interest rates, the diplomatic fallout from the disappearance of a Saudi journalist...
Representatives of the mining industry as well as unions, business, and the health and safety sector are attending the 2018 Mine Occupational Health and Safety summit in Benoni, east of Johannesburg.
Investec Asset Management, a subsidiary of Investec, has bought in a firm that runs private colleges in South Africa, it said on Thursday, tapping into a fast-paced expansion in education businesses.
Data prices are coming down, but they could go down faster if spectrum was made available, according to Vodacom Chief Executive Officer, Shameel Joosub.
Limpopo government has bemoaned what it calls lack of cooperation from municipal managers who invested money with VBS Mutual Bank.
South Africa is likely to adopt new plans for the country’s car industry in December which aim to increase the local content of assembled cars to 60 percent by 2035 from around 38 percent now, a cabinet minister said on Thursday.
South Africa’s Old Mutual Ltd said on Thursday it sold all 5.5 million shares in Nedbank Group Ltd to select institutional investors, marking the final step in the spinning-off of the unit.
Some VBS employees have finally signed retrenchment notices after days of rejecting them, while other workers are still refusing to sign.
The South African Council of Churches (SACC) in Limpopo has denounced the looting of billions of rands at VBS as immoral and evil.
Minister of Minerals Resources Gwede Mantashe says he is concerned that major mining companies who are investing on the continent are not investing in the South African mining industry.
The four major cellphone service providers in South Africa will testify on Thursday at the Competition Commission's market inquiry into data services and prices.
Global beverage company Coca Cola says it has removed half of its advertisements at South African schools as part of its responsible advertising commitments.
Nigeria’s central bank and South African telecommunications firm MTN could soon strike a deal in their dispute over the repatriation of $8.1 billion, Nigeria’s information minister said on Wednesday.
Steinhoff said on Wednesday investors who are suing the crisis-hit firm had agreed to suspend litigation until next year, allowing the retailer time to focus on its recovery.
South Africa’s retail sales rose in August as household goods, clothing and cosmetics grew, data showed on Wednesday, with recovering consumer spending a sign the economy is climbing out of a recession that has piled pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa.
South Africa’s new finance minister Tito Mboweni will stick closely next week to previous budget forecasts for the coming two fiscal years, with only slight slippages.
South African pharmacy group Dis-Chem's half-year profit on a per share basis rose 10.5% as it lifted its market share across all divisions.
The Competition Commission in Pretoria is holding an inquiry into data services in South Africa.
The National Council Against Smoking says it wants tax on cigarettes increased by 70% to reduce tobacco consumption and increase tax revenue.
The South African Revenue Service says although necessary budgets are not yet available to upgrade its IT infrastructure, its e-filing system is currently operational.
Striking MyCiti bus transport workers in Cape Town are pinning their hopes on Wednesday's meeting with the labour union, Numsa to help pressurise their employers and the city to give in to their demands.
Oil prices extended gains into a fourth session on Wednesday, buoyed as industry data showed a surprise decline in U.S. crude inventories and as geopolitical tensions over the disappearance of a prominent Saudi journalist stoked supply worries. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude was up 15 cents,or 0.2 percent, at $72.07 a barrel by 0255 GMT […]
SARS inquiry Commission Chair, retired Judge Robert Nugent has recommended that President Cyril Ramaphosa should fire suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane with immediate effect, in order to set the organisation on a firm path of recovery.
Falling revenues and a recession mean South Africa will struggle to finance public services, the National Treasury said on Tuesday, as ratings agency Moody's warned of the risks of rising government debt.
Rating agency Moody's says the successful implementation of structural reforms along with the reduction in government debt could lead to an upgrade in the country's sovereign rating.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has strongly defended the role of the Treasury and the South African Reserve Bank in the VBS Mutual Bank's saga.
South African supermarket chain Pick n Pay Stores on Tuesday said half-year profit before tax jumped 19.1 percent as price cuts attracted more shoppers to its stores.
Retailer Pick 'n Pay say its half-year profits before tax grew by 19.1%. It announced a profit of more than 670 billion rand before tax.
The Automobile Association (AA) of South Africa has warned that further substantial fuel price hikes are looming for the end of October.