President Cyril Ramaphosa will continue his investment drive on Wednesday after concluding his state visit to China and participating in the Forum on China-Africa Co-operation.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has given the assurance that the measures that are in place will make it possible for the economy to bounce back.
Economist Azar Jammine has warned that a massive petrol hike will be inevitable in the coming months.
Amazon's journey from an online bookseller started in a garage to a global e-commerce powerhouse valued at a trillion dollars has centered on obsession with the long road.
Artisanal miners in the Kimberley area are discovering new areas to mine on.
The SABC has held its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday to communicate its 2017/18 financial statements.
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has announced that the SABC has been granted the ability to seek a granted a borrowing limit of R1.2 billion with banks.
Analysts have advised South Africans to cut down on spending in order to survive the economic recession.
South Africa entered recession in the second quarter for the first time since 2009, data showed on Tuesday, in a stinging blow to President Cyril Ramaphosa's efforts to revive the economy after a decade of stagnation.
South Africa's rand slipped early on Tuesday, as investors waited for second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) figures due out later in the day.
The Department of Energy says government's effort to intervene to keep the fuel price down is a once-off aimed at giving consumers slight relief.
US oil prices rose on Tuesday, breaking past $70 per barrel, after two Gulf of Mexico oil platforms were evacuated in preparation for a hurricane.
Trade union Solidarity says its members at the petrochemicals firm Sasol will embark on a three-week strike starting on Thursday.
Metrorail authorities have pledged to co-operate with Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's investigation into alleged maladministration at the commuter rail agency.
South Africa’s Public Investment Corporation (PIC) said it will support a takeover of platinum producer Lonmin by precious metals producer Sibanye-Stillwater.
South Africa’s seasonally adjusted Absa Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 13-month low in August driven by large declines in new sales and business activity, a survey showed on Monday.
The price of petrol will rise by 5 cents a litre, with government absorbing most of September’s fuel price increase.
Kenya’s biggest telecoms operator Safaricom faces a fine of around $4.5 million for failing to connect calls made to smaller firms, according to company and regulatory documents reviewed by Reuters.
The SABC says although it's in a difficult financial position, it has not made any decision on job cuts.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation has managed to the dispel notion that the world's second biggest economy is on a drive to recolonize Africa.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said at a business forum before the start of a triennial China Africa summit their friendship was time-honored and that China’s investment in Africa came with no political strings attached.
The rand opened half a percent lower on Monday as demand for emerging market currencies weakened, with investors buying dollars on expectations the Federal Reserve will keep raising interest rates...
Union Solidarity has threatened a total shutdown on Sasol if the company doeas not include white staff in share scheme ownership.
President Cyril Ramaphosa and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jingpin will co-chair the third Forum on China-Africa Corporation starting in Beijing on Monday morning.
Recently the issue of wealthy South Africans seeking dual citizenship or residency has been in the spotlight.
South Africa and China have signed five bilateral agreements during President Cyril Ramaphosa's State Visit to Beijing earlier Sunday afternoon.
Small and emerging women-owned businesses in uMsinga in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands have been given a shot in the arm.
South Africa's mainly white Solidarity union will begin a strike on Monday at petrochemicals firm Sasol over a share ownership scheme offered exclusively for black staff.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told Chinese business people that policy certainty will go a long way in helping South Africa become an attractive investment destination.
Nigeria's decision to order South African telecoms giant MTN to repay billions of dollars that it had allegedly illegally repatriated over a period of eight years could sour investor sentiment towards the country...