Government issues aid appeal to save more than a quarter of the population from starvation due to drought
SA’s low economic growth rate is weighing on the country’s credit worthiness by shrinking its tax base, says Overberg Asset Management.
JSE-listed Hyprop has acquired a 60% interest in two European malls in line with its strategy to acquire high quality shopping centres in emerging markets.
Credit insurance firm Euler Hermes says insolvencies will increase this year due to the instability in emerging markets, by about 10% in SA
Russian-backed Aleppo bombardment one of the most important shifts of momentum in five year civil war that has killed 250,000 people and driven 11-million from their homes
Economic Freedom Fighters deputy president Floyd Shivambu said President Jacob Zuma’s firing of finance minister Nhlanhla Nene weakened the rand
The dividend growth for the interim period attributable to the A share was calculated using data supplied by Statistics SA, and was 4.8%
The National Union of Public Service & Allied Workers has given notice to embark on strike action against new Tax laws to be implemented on 1 March 2016.
Government supports fuel cell initiative to stoke demand for platinum with component plant expected to be ready in 2018
The increase brought total sales to R24.5bn for the period, and group sales in SA rose 8.4% with ‘internally measured’ inflation amounting to 3.9%
But an online survey showed they were more open to sharing wearable technology data with employers than their UK peers were, but only if doing so helped them
Speaker Baleka Mbete says this year there are rules about disruptions to Parliament, which will be applied during the state of the nation address where necessary
The South African Revenue Service has intercepted R7m in bank notes from a passenger at King Shaka International Airport in Durban.
Jeremy Gauntlett SC represented President Jacob Zuma in the Constitutional Court over a public protector order to pay back cash spent on Nkandla
President Jacob Zuma has lauded the success of a meeting between government and business leaders in Cape Town.
Standard Bank chief economist Goolam Ballim says this is possible if the budget on February 24 clearly states how higher economic growth will be achieved
Rumours of Jacob Zuma losing his Presidency are hugely exaggerated, says political analyst Moeletsi Mbeki.
The days of using paper tickets at parking bays could be numbered if a local startup has its way.
The 1 111 carat diamond discovered in Botswana has officially been named “Lesedi La Rona”, which means “our light” in Setswana.
Shareholders in Aquarius Platinum have voted in favour of an aquisition bid by Sibanye Gold worth about $294m, says Aquarius chief executive officer.
Setting people up to succeed off-site requires attention to IT support and infrastructure, and ensuring that there is constant communication with other team members
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema told a crowd at Mary Fitzgerald Square on Tuesday that courts must not suppress the EFF’s right to freedom of speech
The standards are aimed at makers of small and large aircraft and will apply to all new models launched after 2020, the United Nations aviation agency said
The developer of the apartment complex was taken into custody after an earthquake on Saturday, which has left about 40 people dead and 100 missing in the ruins
India rules against differential data pricing but Facebook could challenge ruling in courts, say analysts
Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun says the government will decide how much of the funds in the treasury single account will be used to fund the 2016 budget
Business and government have to improve their working relationship to promote investment, President Jacob Zuma says.
South African ballet dancer Leroy Mokgatle wins scholarship at the Prix de Lausanne international ballet competition
President Barack Obama expected to call for an increase in funding for regulators, but Republican-controlled Congress is likely to oppose these proposals
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says he finds the level of discourse among candidates for the US presidency ‘distressingly banal’ and an insult to voters
Concern about the global economy, and particularly the Chinese economy, has been the main theme on world markets and the JSE.
Two commuter trains crash head-on in southern Germany in one of the country’s deadliest rail accidents in years
President Jacob Zuma says the country’s short-term economic outlook is not inspiring and the low economic growth costs business, the community and government
SA plans to set up a fuel cell component plant by 2018, the latest initiative to increase demand for the metal and support firms hit by plunging prices and labour strife.
Without beneficiation, value addition and industrialisation around commodities, the minerals have hardly touched communities, says former Zim minister Tendai Biti.
White House says the money will be used to fight the virus in the US and abroad as well as to pursue a vaccine, president says there is no reason to panic
Telecoms firm Etisalat said MTN’s purchase of internet provider Visafone could create a dominant data services market player in Nigeria, harming competition
South Africa’s third largest network has revised its contract buyout offer upwards from a maximum of R10 000 to R20 000.
The US Olympic Committee says Team USA is looking forward to the Rio Games and it ‘did not, would not and will not prevent athletes from competing’
A 2010 document suggests the law that authorised the Fed to pay interest on excess reserves may not grant it the authority to charge interest