Economist at Econometrix Laura Campbell says the effects of the July looting and violence in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng are evident in the latest depressed retail sales figures.
Chinese buyers have agreed to relax a key quality specification for upcoming shipments of French wheat in response to rain damage in France's harvest, traders familiar with the matter said.
The dollar drifted within recent ranges against major peers on Wednesday after softer-than-expected US inflation raised doubts about a taper of Federal Reserve stimulus this year.
Wall Street lost ground on Tuesday as economic uncertainties and the increasing likelihood of a corporate tax rate hike dampened investor sentiment and prompted a broad sell-off despite signs of easing inflation.
Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha has welcomed the Special Investigating Unit's report on the R15.3 million tender for the provision of temporary accommodation structures at the Talana hostel in Tzaneen, Limpopo.
Figures released by Statistics South Africa show that Mining production increased by 4.1% in July 2021 compared with June 2021. The largest positive contribution to the increase came from iron ore, platinum group metals, chromium ore and gold.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says the R15.3 million tender for the provision of temporary accommodation structures at the Talana hostel in Tzaneen, Limpopo, was awarded fraudulently.
It is estimated there is R43 billion of unclaimed benefits in South Africa seating in financial institutions because family members are not aware were left behind by deceased relatives and friends.
Eskom says all nine of its employees have been safely rescued after they were held hostage by the community in Mabopane, north of Pretoria last night
World stock markets edged higher on Monday as gains on Wall Street and European indexes pushed aside - for now - fears over inflation, regulation and higher corporate taxes.
The first Rea Vaya Bus Operating Company PioTrans is appealing to the City of Johannesburg to extend its contract when it ends in the beginning of 2023.
Government has launched a registration portal for the registration of businesses that were affected by the unrest which took place in July 2021 in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and other affected areas in the country.
The Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Giyani, has again postponed the trial of Fhatuwani Mudzanani and Walter Mashau.
Uber will appeal a Dutch court ruling that drivers are employees of the company and not independent contractors that make use of its platform.
Several businesses in Welkom in the Free State are counting their losses following frequent power cuts caused by rampant cable theft in the area.
Oil rose on Monday, supported by concerns over shut output in the United States, the world's biggest producer, following damage from Hurricane Ida, while analysts expected a stable market in coming months.
The South African Liquor Brand owners Association says the rationale behind government's decision to ban the sale of alcohol at weekends remains unclear.
The Restaurant Association of South Africa (Rasa) says it is concerned that despite the changes that President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced in his address to the nation, the sector will continue to lose jobs.
The US Treasury Department met with a number of industry participants this week to quiz them about the risks and benefits posed by stablecoins, a rapidly growing type of cryptocurrencies, the value of which is pegged to traditional currencies, according to three people with direct knowledge of the meetings.
Skyway Trails is taking the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) to the Mpumalanga High Court for overlooking the skywalk project at God's Window.
The National Liquor Trade Association says it is expecting President Cyril Ramaphosa to relax the restrictions placed on the alcohol industry when he addresses the nation on Sunday.
Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) said on Saturday that it will sharply oppose a proposal by Democrats in the US. House of Representatives to give union-made electric vehicles in the United States an additional $4,500 tax incentive.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has called on the private sector to assist with funds for students in the tertiary sector.
Mpumalanga Tourism industry players are showcasing their establishments and products at the Mpumalanga tourism expo that is underway in Mbombela this weekend.
Aviation analyst Joachim Vermooten has warned that it will take a long time for South African Airways (SAA) to regain its reputation.
The Asset Forfeiture Unit in KwaZulu-Natal has obtained preservation orders to the value of about 48-point-nine-million rand from the Pietermaritzburg High Court relating to more assets belonging to Coinit Trading.
The eThekwini Municipality says efforts to revive its tourism sector following the devastation caused by the July unrest are slowly yielding positive results.
With Tourism Month now well underway, workers at some of the popular tourist attractions in Cape Town are hoping that they will be able to keep their jobs and be able to provide for their families.
European stocks pared losses and Wall Street reversed earlier gains on Thursday as investors weighed uncertainty over central bank tapering and economic recovery due to the coronavirus Delta variant alongside strong US weekly jobless claims data.
Steinhoff is facing a liquidation challenge in the Western Cape High Court which has been brought forward by the former owners of shoe retailer, Tekkie Town.