Young people from Mbizana in the Eastern Cape have formed an agricultural co-operative project that will serve Ntunjeni and Makewini villages.
Zambia's Finance Ministry said on Sunday that it was open to dialogue with mining companies over the government's plans to increase mining taxes.
Economists are divided about how the Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's scandal will impact his credibility.
Zimbabwe has appointed an independent administrator to run its loss-making national airline to try and revive its fortunes, according to an official notice.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the presidential Job Committee will monitor the initiatives and programmes that stemmed from this year’s Job Summit.
The promises made at the Jobs Summit may have ignited hope in the lives of many unemployed young people.
Industrial gold production in Mali, Africa’s third biggest producer, is still expected to rise almost 21 percent to 60 tonnes this year, a government official told Reuters on Friday, despite slightly lower than expected output so far.
MTN has received a counterclaim from Nigeria's central bank to its request for an order to stop the bank forcing it to repatriate $8.1 billion it claims was illegally sent out of the country, the South African telecom’s lawyer said on Friday.
Steinhoff's United States unit, Mattress Firm, has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to strengthen its balance sheet and support its parent company's debt restructuring, the South African company said on Friday.
Business, labour and government have agreed that the Jobs Summit should not be a once off solution to unemployment. They say they will work together on a number of initiatives to create jobs.
A co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism is to be established within the Labour Department to follow-up on implementation of the 24-point Framework agreement that was signed at the Jobs Summit in Midrand on Thursday.
Zimbabwe’s budget deficit swelled to $1.3 billion in the first half of 2018, nearly five times the initial target after government spending spiralled ahead of an election in July, a Treasury document showed on Thursday.
Organised Business at the Jobs Summit has committed to help dent the bloated unemployment rate.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a package of reforms on Thursday which he said would create 275,000 more jobs a year, in a bid to bring down sky-high unemployment and improve his own track record on the economy.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told the Jobs Summit at Midrand, north of Johannesburg that government and business leaders have agreed on a package of measures that will create an additional 275 000 jobs a year.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has admitted that government will miss the National Development Plan target of reducing the country's unemployment rate to around 6% by 2030.
Government says it hopes that its business and labour partners attending the Jobs Summit in Johannesburg will be able to make tangible commitments to create jobs.
The Economic Freedom Fighters(EFF) has challenged government to make the financial guarantee letter available to the SABC to get funding to bring stability.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will open the much anticipated two-day Jobs Summit in Midrand north of Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon.
Energy expert, Chris Yelland says people can expect electricity price increases starting the 1st of April next year.
Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) says the signing of various proposed job agreements will take centre stage at the two-day Jobs Summit that will kick off on Thursday (04 October-2018) in Johannesburg.
Capacity constraints and the availability of capital to invest in new technologies are some of the obstacles impending the African continent from developing and producing its own oil and gas resources.
The revised Mining Charter has widely been accepted by the Minerals Council of South Africa and the sector.
The low economic growth environment coupled with poor investor confidence are translating to weak job creation prospects in the economy
The Department of Labour says it hopes for sweeping changes for those who draw Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) benefits when the amended act is signed into law.
Goldman Sachs expects South Africa’s economy to grow almost 3 percent next year, helped by President Cyril Ramaphosa’s reforms and strong global growth, the bank’s sub-Saharan Africa head told Reuters.
Sassa in Limpopo has distanced itself from people who are making social grant cash payments in the villages across the province.
Johannesburg waste management entity Pikitup is operating with limited capacity because its fleet contract has expired.
Motorists are lining-up at petrol stations across the country ahead of the midnight fuel price hike. The Energy Department announced fuel price increases of between 99 cents and R1.24 per litre in October.
Transport month kicked off on a good note for two young KwaZulu-Natal entrepreneurs. This after they launched their third oil tanker at Durban's port.