Google, said on Monday it would offer Motorbike Mode on Google Maps in Kenya, offering the voice navigation service for bike riders in Africa for the first time.
A decision by Moody’s to delay its review on South Africa’s sovereign debt buoyed the rand to its strongest in a week as it rallied for the third straight session against the dollar on Monday.
Kenya’s Safaricom lost 1.6 percent of its telecom subscribers’ market share in the quarter ended June, the industry regulator said, marking the third straight quarterly drop for the country’s biggest operator.
The Nugent commission of inquiry into SARS resumed on Monday, it executives at the revenue service testified how the new operating model which came into effect in 2014 destroyed the IT section and led to its infrastructure being dismantled.
South Africa’s Nedbank Group Ltd said on Monday it will buy back its stock from shareholders who hold less than 100 Nedbank shares as a result of a spin-off by its biggest shareholder Old Mutual.
Turkey and Italy are the last buyers of Iranian crude outside China, India and the Middle East, according to tanker data and an industry source...
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says a culture of not paying TV license fees is contributing to the SABC's financial woes.
The Northern Cape says mining companies should take greater responsibility to minimise the economic effects on former mining towns.
Over 3000 women employed in mining gathered in Rustenburg in the North West over the weekend to highlight the abuse and discomfort of working in the male dominated sector.
The office of the curator managing the affairs of VBS Bank says the final number of people who were given retrenchment notices on Friday is exactly 100, while 25 employees will remain at the bank.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has spoken out on the VBS Mutual Bank scandal saying those implicated must be held accountable.
Media Workers' Association of SA (Mwasa) says the SABC's defective section 189 notice on the Labour Relations Act, is a sign that management and the board did not follow the laws.
It's not clear when Moody's will publish its next review of South Africa's debt, after the ratings agency delayed its announcement, which was widely expected on Friday.
Trade union, Numsa has reassured members who work in the plastic sector that a national strike scheduled to begin on Monday will be protected.
The International Monetary Fund said on Saturday its members pledged to refrain from competitive currency devaluations and step up dialogue on trade, as escalating trade frictions and higher borrowing costs threatened to knock global growth.
Labour Union, Bemawu says SABC top executives are expected to hand over the Section 189 notice regarding retrenchments at the public broadcaster in the upcoming week.
KenGen’s new 165.4-megawatt (MW) capacity plant powered by geothermal steam is three quarters complete and on schedule for commissioning next July, Kenya’s main electricity producer said on Friday.
South African miner Exxaro Resources said on Friday it was looking to supply coal to state-owned power utility Eskom, which has been hit by supply shortages, posing a threat to the power supply in Africa’s most industrialised economy.
Moody's ratings agency is not expected to downgrade South Africa's sovereign credit rating despite the economy being in recession.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday he had told the head of China's central bank about his concerns over the weakness of China's currency.
Global stock markets staged a mild rebound Friday, one day after ferocious losses sparked by heightened economic concerns...
The strike by members of the National Education Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) at the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) is over. Nehawu, Sassa and Social Development Minister Susan Shabangu have reached an agreement to end the strike. The parties also announced this week, following a meeting, that the Biometric Enrolment of grant […]
The Broadcasting, Electronic, Media & Allied Workers Union says the notice of Section 189 of the Labour Relations Act sent to unions by the South African Broadcasting Corporation is defective.
The SABC says there are no any guarantees that the public broadcaster will be able to pay salaries and the thirteenth cheques over the next three months.
About 100 VBS Mutual Bank employees countrywide face possible retrenchment next month.
The Hawks says it has assembled a strong, well-resourced team to investigate the looting of funds from the Venda-based VBS Mutual Bank.
Steinhoff’s shares fell more than 9 percent on Thursday to a near two-month low after a global market rout and a report by Bloomberg saying the retailer’s former CEO advised friends to sell the firm’s stock days before the shares collapsed.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is gearing up for a national mega strike in the plastic sector from Monday next week.
South Africa’s biggest insurer Sanlam has sealed a $1.1 billion deal to acquire the remaining 53.37 percent stake in Moroccan insurance firm SAHAM Finances after receiving regulatory approvals, it said on Thursday.
Analysts say a cap on the price of 93-unleaded petrol will ultimately have a negative impact on consumers.