Government has denied reports that it is planning to reduce civil servants head count in order to decrease its growing wage bill.
Eskom insists that disciplinary action will be taken against employees who embarked on an illegal strike as the power utility is regarded as an essential service.
Gautrain commuters, who have purchased weekly or monthly train passes, can be assured that they will be reimbursed if they were affected by the on-going strike.
Emerging market currencies suffered a renewed bout of selling on Monday while Asian shares were a sea of red amid a deepening crisis for Turkey's lira, which plunged to all-time lows on concerns over a rift with the United States.
Israel wants to re-tender the Dead Sea mining concession as much as eight years ahead of schedule, in 2022. It is motivated not only by environmental concerns, but also by worries ICL will hold off on new investments in the concession’s final years.
Government has encouraged members of the public to submit comments on the recently released National Treasury report.
Public hearings to discuss the National Land Transport Amendment Bill in the Western Cape have been concluded.
Calls are continuing for more items to be included on the list of recommended additions for VAT zero rating
Tesla Inc and Chief Executive Elon Musk were sued twice on Friday by investors who said they fraudulently engineered a scheme to squeeze short-sellers, including through Musk’s proposal to take the electric car company private.
The South African Communist Party in the North West is calling on government to revoke the licences of mining companies that retrench their workers.
Ethiopian Airlines is the front-runner to set up and manage a new national carrier for Nigeria, its chief executive said on Friday.
A sink-hole which forced a road closure in Tshwane 15 months ago has been repaired at a cost of R5 million.
A huge oil refinery being built in Nigeria by Africa’s richest man is unlikely to start production until 2022, two years later than the target date, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
South Africa and Zambia have signed an agreement that elevates the joint commission for cooperation into a Bi-National Commission.
Cosatu Second Deputy President,Zingiswa Losi, says the planned national job summit will be a futile exercise if the looming mass retrenchment by mining company, Implats is not prevented.
Trade union Numsa has threatened to withdraw from wage talks with Eskom after accusing the power utility of negotiating in bad faith.
The National Union of Metalworkers (Numsa ) has accused Eskom of negotiating in bad faith after the power utility insisted it won't acceed to union demands that employees who were involved in acts of sabotage during an illegal strike not face disciplinary action.
Eskom was set to sign a wage agreement with striking unions on Thursday ending a strike that has lasted over two months, however a precondition set by labour unions has set back the signing of the agreement.
China's factory price inflation slowed slightly in July but beat expectations as US tariffs came into force, while consumer prices were boosted by a pick-up in spending on travel.
A meeting, where the representatives of Steinhoff were supposed to appear before Parliament's Standing committee on Finance, has been moved to the end of this month.
Financial advisers have called on women to prioritise their financial planning and ensure that they set and achieve both short and long term financial goals.
South African construction company Murray & Roberts said on Wednesday that it had withdrawn plans for a potential merger with rival Aveng (AEGJ.J), saying there was “limited potential” for the deal to go through.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry says South Africa's business confidence rose in July, with activity mainly supported by an increase in merchandise export volumes and retail sales as well as lower inflation.
Striking Gautrain workers have lowered their basic salary demand from a 10% increase to 9% plus an incentive.
Mpumalanga women have been encouraged to get involved in agricultural projects.
Township business owners want government to exclude them from the proposed new Tobacco Bill, saying it will be unenforceable and kill business.
Trade union Amcu has threatened to embark on strike if consultations on looming retrenchments at Impala Platinum mine fail.
An increase in food and beverage production has helped the manufacturing sector escape a decline in June.
South African lender Nedbank reported a 26% jump in half-year profit on Tuesday, helped by a recovery in its west African associate, Ecobank.
The latest report by Corruption Watch shows that procurement irregularities have increased significantly in municipalities and state-owned enterprises.