Unions representing workers at the SABC say they will stop at nothing until their demands are met.
Consumer inflation slowed down more than markets expectations in November.
The price of bitcoin has grown from about $1000 at the beginning of this year to currently over $15 000. Just in October one Bitcoin cost around R 60 000, now it hovers at around R 240 000 and R 250 000. Similar to markets the bitcoin responds to developments, and the recent surge is […]
Metrorail says it is aiming to have services restored on its Central Line, between Bishop Lavis, Kapteinsklip and Khayelitsha in Cape Town, by the end of Wednesday.
The ANC in the Western Cape says it will ask the Minister of Transport to intervene following the suspension of the Metrorail train line.
A new high voltage electricity substation has been officially opened to supply power to the community of Bambeni and surrounding villages near Giyani in Limpopo.
Pay as you earn income tax growth rate has slowed down in 2017 due to low business confidence and the impact of a technical recession experienced this year
The Gauteng government says it will not grant any liquor outlets or alcohol-selling venues permission to extend their trading hours to cater for the African National Congress Conference in Nasrec, Johannesburg this weekend.
Political economist Israel Mkhize says people tend to focus more on public sectors’ mistakes than those of the private sector, based on the flawed argument that the public sector is mostly affected because taxpayers’ money is being wasted.
Trade Union Bemawu says if the SABC tables an improved offer, it is prepared to call off Thursday's strike.
Trade unions BEMAWU and CWU have rejected the SABC's 4.5% salary increase offer, backdated to October this year.
Metrorail says its central line services will remain suspended in Cape Town this afternoon due to vandalism of critical infrastructure.
Shares of retailer, Steinhoff, continue to claw back some value after a massive sell-off last week linked to concerns about dodgy accounting.
Brand South Africa CEO Dr Kingsley Makhubela believes the country’s reputation is not under threat. He says that despite the ongoing political contests in the African National Congress, the country’s key institutions remain strong. Makhubela is in New York after a visit to Washington, where he’s engaging with key stakeholders with a message that South […]
The SABC Board has lashed out at the Communications Workers Union (CWU), saying the accusations it made of a R650-million pay-out to the SABC Interim Board are not true.
South Africa will have to import as much as 60 percent of its wheat demand as a result of the debilitating drought in the Western Cape.
Bitcoin made a muted debut on a major global exchange Sunday, in a milestone for the controversial digital currency that has some investors excited but others nervous.
South Africa will have to import as much as 60% of its wheat demand as a result of the debilitating drought in the Western Cape.
Labour Federation Cosatu says the magnitude caused by the biggest corporate scandal involving Steinhoff International will have a serious impact on the clothing and textile workers in South Africa.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies and Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Minister Senzeni Zokwana, together with Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Bulelani Magwanishe have arrived in Buenos Aires in Argentina for the 11th World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial conference.
South African Macadamia farmers who recently held a symposium to look into challenges that the industry is facing, say they are optimistic about stronger trade agreements with China.
Service delivery at Tswaing Local Municipality in Delareyville town in North West has been severely disrupted this week.
Ratings agency Moody's has cut Steinhoff to junk rating, dropping it by four notches from the previous Baa3 to B1 and placed it on review for further downgrade.
Friday is the deadline for 30 defaulting municipalities to pay their water bills - or face water restrictions.
Accountant and anti-Capitalist Khaya Sithole says if people want to tackle corruption they can’t just limit the conversation to particular individuals because corruption is a two way street and what people need for corruption to thrive is a really well cultivated ecosystem and an ecosystem involves bankers, lawyers, accountants and auditors.
The Public Servants Association says it will be laying criminal charges against Steinhoff International.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says he supports the decision by the Financial Services Board to institute an independent investigation into the alleged false and misleading financial reports by Steinhoff.
President Jacob Zuma says transformation in the energy sector is paramount to ensuring sustainability in future.
Business Leadership South Africa says big businesses should adhere to the code of business ethics or face the consequences as the fallout from the Steinhoff accounting fiasco continues.
Energy Minister David Mahlobo says government will not be coerced into abandoning plans to consider other sources of energy to diversify supply of electricity.