Chinese President Xi JinPing has commended the country for putting together the best logistical arrangements for the hosting of the 10th BRICS Summit.
Gautrain commuters may be forced to find alternative means of transport as workers threaten to go on strike.
More than 1 000 delegates from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa will gather at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on Wednesday for the 10th BRICS Summit.
Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe says the Chinese investment into the power generator is a sign of confidence in the cash strapped state owned utility.
The Chinese government has committed over R190 billion to South Africa's economy.
As Eskom signs a loan with the China Development Bank, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says it's going to pursue cases of those involved in irregular expenditure.
South Africa is to host the 10th BRICS summit at the Sandton Convention Centre this week.
The New Development Bank which aims to bring innovations to the finance sector has spent at least $5 billion to assist emerging economies.
Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) and the DA have called on all South Africans to join a march against the high fuel price on July 31 in Pretoria.
The DA, Outa and Taxi associations meeting to announce planned action in relation to the increasing and unaffordable fuel prices that the government has imposed.
Department of International Relations says it is pleased with South Africa's level of preparedness to host the 10th BRICS summit.
BRICS delegates wrapped up their two-day business meeting in Durban at historical sites; including Ohlange High School where former President Nelson Mandela voted in 1994 and the Mahatma Ghandi centre at Inanda and the Mandela capture site in Howick.
International Relations Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, says although BRICS leaders are concerned over the effects that a potential full-blown international trade war could have on their countries, the topic will not dominate discussions during this year's summit.
Zimbabwe's tobacco sales have reached a record high of 237.1 million kilos just as the selling season nears its end - figures that could help ease the country's severe dollar shortage and a sign that controversial land reforms could be working.
Small Business Development Minister Linidiwe Zulu says government wants to create an enabling environment for small businesses
The world's second largest economy China has gained the support of other emerging markets and agreed to fight against trade protectionism.
Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has credited outgoing DG Mkusile Apleni of stabilising the department's finances, administration and operations.
Eskom has reported a net loss before tax of two-point-six-billion-rand and irregular expenditure of 19-billion-rand since 2012.
The Youth Service Employment (YES) has been granted a go ahead by South African Revenue Services to be a Public Beneficiary organisation.
There's speculation that Eskom will shed more light on corruption, when the hard-pressed power utility releases its 2017/18 financial results on Monday.
Minister of Trade and Industry, Rob Davies has called for greater co-operation between BRICS countries to increase investment levels.
North West farmers have produced more than 16 000 tons of maize this year.
"Come, I'll show you what a potential billion dollars looks like," said P.J. Okocha, opening the door of a small, modern house in southern Nigeria to reveal a thousand yam seedlings.
The presiding officer of the disciplinary hearing against suspended Sars commissioner Tom Moyane, Advocate Azhar Bham, is expected to hand down his ruling in the coming week.
France's finance minister Bruno Le Maire told AFP on Saturday that the United States must avoid pushing the world into a "survival of the fittest" scenario through tit-for-tat trade sanctions.
The Labour Department's Compensation Fund says great strides have been made in its turnaround strategy.
Eskom whistle-blower Suzanne Daniels has been dismissed after a disciplinary hearing found she was implicated in some of the questionable transactions at the power utility.
The disciplinary inquiry hearing against suspended SARS Commissioner, Tom Moyane will commence on Saturday in Johannesburg.
South Africa’s maize output is expected to rise slightly in 2018 than previously estimated on the back of late harvests from the central and western parts of the maize belt...
Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha has secured one-hundred billion rand investment from China for the province.