News the economy actually contracted in the first quarter came as a negative blow to the economy.
Petro-Chemical giants company Sasol has developed new strategies to prevent fatalities in its operations.
Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover has joined dissenters to a "hard Brexit", saying that Britain leaving the EU without a trade deal would cost it 1.2 billion pounds ($1.59 billion) a year and curtail its future UK operations.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he and his Ghanaian counterpart, Nana Akufo-Addo, will encourage businesses to take up opportunities that exist in both countries.
Uber and Taxify drivers have threatened to shut down the ride e-hailing services should their demands not be addressed.
A newly formed organisation, People Against Petrol and Paraffin Price Increase is warning that government will face a national shutdown on July 27 if they do not immediately address issues around fuel price increases.
Bus Company Putco says its decision to apply for exclusion from the recently signed salary agreement is due to its current financial constraints.
Eskom says it will seek ways of reducing staff costs other than cutting jobs. This after it halted a plan to offer workers voluntary retrenchment deals.
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) workers are expected to report for on Thursday after reaching an agreement with their employer to give negotiations another chance.
Eskom says it will seek ways of reducing staff costs other than cutting jobs. This is after it halted a plan to offer workers voluntary retrenchment deals.
Dakar and Nouakchott have signed a fresh agreement which will allow Senegalese fishermen to work in Mauritanian waters, Senegalese authorities said.
Gold hit a one-week high on Wednesday, rebounding from this week's seven-month low, helped by a softer dollar and smouldering trade tensions...
E-hailing taxi operator Taxify says it has already begun addressing some of the concerns raised by its drivers.
The Inkatha Freedom Party says it has written to National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to request an urgent debate on fuel price hikes.
Some retailers selling paraffin in Gugulethu on the Cape Flats say they cannot keep up with the current demand for the fuel which has skyrocketed.
Uber/Taxify drivers say they will not be deterred from highlighting their plight. This after they found Uber offices closed as they attempted to deliver a memorandum of grievances at Garsfontein in Pretoria on Tuesday afternoon.
South African motorists have expressed mixed feelings about the latest price hike after the price of fuel rose again on Wednesday.
Suspended South African Revenue Service (SARS) Commissioner Tom Moyane's defence has given the President until Friday to stop the SARS Inquiry before escalating the matter to the courts.
Ageing infrastructure may cause Johannesburg residents to still experience rolling blackouts.
South Africa will find it harder to raise funds and service its foreign debt after a worsening of external financing conditions in recent months due to a fall in the rand and rising bond yields, Moody’s said on Tuesday.
Some residents from informal settlements on the Cape Flats say they are struggling to cook and keep warm this winter due to a paraffin shortage.
The Communication Workers Union says it’s forging ahead with its strike action at Telkom and the Post Office starting this Friday.
Suspended South African Revenue Service Commissioner Tom Moyane's defence team says they will take their objections to the President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize says he expects to see consequences for those found to have deposited municipal funds into VBS Mutual Bank.
South Africans will be hard hit financially with the latest fuel hike.
The fifth fuel price hike for this year will take effect at midnight. Petrol and diesel will go up by around 26 cents a litre, paraffin by 22 cents a litre and LP-Gas by 37 cents a kilogram. The Department of Energy says the main reason for this fuel price increase is the weakening of […]
The South African Revenue Service says it will come down hard on those involved in the illicit trafficing of tobacco, round tripping of containers and people submitting fictitious tax declarations.
Judge Robert Nugent has called suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane's submission to the Inquiry a disgrace littered with abusive and sinister suggestions.
Newly formed organisation, People Against Petrol and Paraffin Price Increase (Pappi) has given government an ultimatum to respond to its demands or face a national shutdown. Earlier today, many South Africans heeded the organisation’s call to bring busy roads to a standstill in protest against the latest fuel hikes. The price of petrol and diesel […]
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