Eskom hopes more workers will report for duty on Monday to help bring stability to its power stations.
Taxi commuters in Cape Town are set to be forced to find alternative arrangements Monday morning as some taxi operators are to embark on a strike in the province.
Chicago wheat futures slid for a second session on Monday as the market took a breather from a rally that drove prices to a three-year high last week on concerns over dryness curbing production in key exporting nations. Soybeans edged lower as an escalation in the trade war between Washington and Beijing stoked fears for sales of U.S. soybeans to China. […]
The little robotic waiter wheels up to the table, raises its glass lid to reveal a steaming plate of local Shanghai-style crayfish and announces in low, mechanical tones, "Enjoy your meal."
The debilitating drought in the Eastern Cape is impacting badly on poor rural villagers and seasonal farm workers.
Illegal miners at Kleinsee in the Namaqualand want mining permits to mine the diamond-rich land but this can only be granted by government
Cases of housing fraud are being investigated in the Mkhondo municipality. Recently, a house belonging to an elderly woman was given to someone else.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe says government will meet with labour to challenge the decision by Impala Platinum (Implats) to retrench 13 000 workers.
Eskom says there is a high risk of load shedding for the rest of this month. The power utility has urged consumers to use electricity sparingly.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe says government will meet with labour to challenge the decision by Impala Platinum to retrench 13 000 workers.
Rasmeni says land is everything, it is his passion. After leaving his corporate marketing job at one of South Africa's biggest media companies, six years, Rasmeni, 34, moved back home to help out on his parent’s farm in Frankfort, outside Bhisho.
KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Economic Development, Sihle Zikalala, says he is putting in place measures to curb consumer rights violations in the province.
The eight week long workers' strike led by Nehawu at the University of Fort Hare in the Eastern Cape, has ended.
The Johannesburg waste management company, Pikitup says there is a process underway to employ former Jozi@work workers and Pikitup employees.
A lack of information and exposure to scarce skills fields is one of the major reasons young people in disadvantaged areas are not entering these careers.
Cosatu, speaking on the sidelines of the student debate on land, has labelled the 16 cents decline in rand value as a form of blackmail from imperialist forces.
Brics Labour Ministers have heard at a summit on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast that clear and coherent government policies are needed to adapt to fast paced change in the work place due to the fourth industrial revolution .
South African platinum miner, Impala Platinum, will cut 13 000 jobs over the next two years, it said on Thursday, as the local platinum industry grapples with rising costs and weak prices for the precious metal.
The SABC says it has a turnaround strategy which will be implemented soon. The public broadcaster has informed its service providers that they won't be getting paid for the month of July.
The objections of suspended SARS Commissioner, Tom Moyane against his disciplinary hearing have all been dismissed by the chairperson of the inquiry, Azar Bham.
Singapore's prime minister said on Thursday he hoped to complete by the end of the year a massive China-backed regional trade pact that has taken centre stage as Washington embarks on a unilateral, protectionist agenda.
South African Airways (SAA) has been moved back to the Department of Public Enterprises under Minister Pravin Gordhan
The Competition Commission's legal representative in the Banks Forex matter, Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, says the banks colluded to fixing the rand-dollar exchange rate by means of a specially created chatroom on the Bloomberg terminal.
The chairperson of the ANC Subcommittee on Economic Transformation, Enoch Godongwana says the introduction of stimulus package announced that President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday night is a direct response to rocketing unemployment.
Taxi fares are going up across the country with effect from Wednesday.
The United National Transport Union says Gautrain management has gone to court to interdict the striking workers.
Commercial banks that are implicated in the rigging of the Rand against the US dollar saga say the competition commission has failed to provide enough facts regarding the alleged collusive transactions.
South Africa's trade surplus has widened to a surprise 12 billion the month of June, year-on-year.
The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday urged Greece to be "realistic" about its economic goals, and reiterated the longstanding concern the country may yet need additional debt relief.
Nedbank says the number of consumers visiting its selected branches to access money, which had been initially invested with VBS Mutual Bank is slowly declining.