The Water and Sanitation Department has threatened to cut water supply to 30 municipalities across the country in two weeks’ time.
The South African Revenue Service has been urged to apply punitive measures on corporate companies especially mines that are evading tax while doing business with companies in neighbouring countries.
As a new reality dawns on Zimbabwe, many are hoping the economy and investment will now begin to pick up.
Former Eskom board chairperson Zola Tsotsi says he was instructed to suspend senior executives of the power utility and hold an inquiry into its finances in the presence of President Jacob Zuma.
Former Eskom board chairperson, Zola Tsotsi, has alleged that Tony Gupta threatened to sack him during a meeting in 2015.
The Eskom corporate governance probe by the Public Enterprises Committee is continuing.
American Airlines and United Airlines have agreed to a $95.1 million settlement with the developer of the World Trade Center over the September 11, 2001 attacks, ending 13 years of litigation.
Members of the Public Enterprises Committee of the National Assembly, including the evidence leader Ntuthuzelo Vanara, on Tuesday grilled former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe during his testimony to the inquiry into Eskom.
The Public Enterprises Committee of the National Assembly is receiving evidence from former CEO Mr Brian Molefe.
Debt rescue says the number of consumers who undergo debt counselling doubles every January, therefore consumers should avoid buy small items on credit and buy only necessities on Black Friday.
A leading female KwaZulu-Natal farmer has been honoured with the “Female Entrepreneur of the Year” award at the KZN Female Entrepreneur Awards, hosted by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
A social grant payment Implementation Protocol has been signed between social security agency, Sassa, and the South African Post office as part of a final agreement.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe and former Board chairperson Zola Tsotsi will appear before the parliamentary inquiry into Eskom Tuesday morning.
Businesses remain the most significant direct contributor to the South African economy and employs 6-point-9 times the number of public sector employees.
For much of this year Zimbabweans have been piling into stocks in an effort to counter falling bank balances against real US dollar notes and now the bourse fell for the second consecutive day on Friday down 33 % since the military took-over in the country.
The City of Johannesburg has cancelled a contract for the provision of fire engines worth R161 million because of corruption.
The DA has called on power utility Eskom to put on hold its Kusile and Medupi projects.
Mpumalanga mayor is leaving in fear after receiving death threats on his phone. This comes after numerous disagreements with shop owners in Mkhondo Municipality.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has called on power utility, Eskom to put on hold its Kusile and Medupi projects.
President Jacob Zuma has reiterated government's commitment to supporting struggling state-owned enterprises such as Eskom, the SAA and the SABC.
President Jacob Zuma has reiterated government's commitment to support struggling State-Owned Enterprises such as Eskom, the SAA and the SABC.
Gauteng Premier, David Makhura has requested Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba to facilitate the transfer of Michael Sachs to the provincial government
Cape Town got a taste of China’s much punted Belt and Road Initiative when China’s national liquor brand Kweichou Maotai was launched on African soil.
President Jacob Zuma, accompanied by KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willis Mchunu and Economic Development MEC Sihle Zikalala, has launched the InvestSA One Stop Shop in Durban.
The Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC) says government guarantees should not be used as an "easy option" to balance the books of state owned companies.
The Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) has dismissed the SA Chamber of Mines’ assertion that it submitted at a “very late stage” its papers seeking leave to intervene as co-applicants in its application for a review of the Mining Charter. This comes after the Chamber said earlier this week that it is not supporting the urgent applications […]
The Free State government has stressed that black business empowerment is the solution that will bring stability and fight unemployment in the country.
Businesses should expect a rise in armed robberies, cash in transit burglaries and ATM bombings ahead of the festive season.
The Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC) says government guarantees should not be used as an "easy option" to balance the books of state-owned companies.
The mining sector needs to empower its workers while also taking part in transforming the economy.