The National Union of Mineworkers says it's ready to sign Eskom's three year wage agreement on condition that the power utility does not press ahead with its intention to discipline its workers.
AMCU president, Joseph Mathunjwa has warned that members of his union will go on strike for a year if Impala Platinum carries out plans to cut up to 13400 jobs.
The National Treasury says the commission of inquiry that President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed to investigate state-owned fund manager Public investment Corporation (PIC) will look at matters related to governance failures.
Taxi bosses are meeting behind closed doors with provincial and municipal traffic authorities in George in the Southern Cape.
Investors want to see an urgent resolution to the standoff between Eskom and trade unions NUMSA, NUM and Solidarity.
"Look at this, I have sold nothing!" said Cemile Baykal, sitting in front of piles of vegetables untouched on her Ankara market stall.
The chief executive of Transnet and two other senior officials have been told they will be suspended, the chairman of the state-owned logistics utility said on Wednesday, without giving a reason for the possible suspensions.
Numsa and NUM, have re-iterated their demand that Eskom refrain from disciplining employees who participated in the unprotected strike over the last few weeks.
Eskom has declared a dispute with trade unions NUMSA and NUM over the precondition that the unions introduced as part of the wage negotiations.
South African Express is expected to be back in the air soon. SA Express was grounded in May this year due to safety issues.
South Africa's rand slumped on Wednesday as ratings agency Moody's warned that the pace of fiscal consolidation in Africa's most industrialised economy had slowed.
Labour federation Fedusa says it suspects collaboration and conniving in the Steinhoff saga.
The Food and Allied Workers Union (Fawu) has called on government to criminalise the selling of illicit tobacco products in the country.
About 100 miners dressed in high-visibility workwear, balaclavas, gloves and boots line up against a shipping container that serves as a makeshift office at the Evander gold mine.
The ANC says Reserve Bank will get support in its investigation into the collapse of the Limpopo based VBS Mutual Bank.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has proposed setting up a sovereign wealth fund to help boost economic growth, and his ruling African National Congress (ANC) backs the plan, two senior party officials said on Tuesday.
Members of the Energy Committee in Parliament were united in condemning Energy Minister Jeff Radebe and his Department for failure to brief the committee about the increase in fuel prices.
Credit providers are facing a court challenge over illegal debt collections.
The Gautrain management says full services will resume on Wednesday once the operational schedule has been updated.
The Department of Energy will on Tuesday brief Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Energy on the fuel price.
Observers say platinum mining giant Lonmin is still far from abiding by the Mining Charter to provide adequate houses for its employees, as part of its social and labour plan.
The South African Reserve Bank was surprised by the magnitude of the rand weakness early on Monday but forex market conditions where “nowhere near” requiring the bank to intervene, deputy governor Daniel Mminele told Reuters.
South Africa's rand plunged more than 10% to a 2-year low against the dollar early on Monday and government bonds weakened sharply as a renewed rout in the Turkish lira spread to other emerging markets.
The Limpopo Development Agency will neither confirm nor deny reports that there are plans to acquire the embattled VBS Mutual Bank.
Netflix Inc’s Chief Financial Officer David Wells plans to step down, the company said on Monday.
South African consumers may be facing tough times ahead as the weaker Rand dampens hopes for a fuel price decrease.
The two week long strike by Gautrain employees is officially over.
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.