Investing in education and the right skills have become vital to a country's economic growth, development and competitiveness, ...
Nigeria's Vice President, Oluyemi Osinbajo dismissed notions that the relationship between his country and South Africa had soured because of MTN.
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa sought to deliver a message of hope as he addressed the country delegation at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The trade union federation says government has a duty to help municipalities owing billions to the power utility.
Following a leaked report about an apartheid era Absa bail out, Cosatu has called on government to nationalise the South African Reserve Bank.
The long-orchestrated plan to cement Jay Y. Lee’s position atop Samsung Group may put him in jail instead, raising questions about who would step in.
Prime Minister Theresa May pledges to pull Britain out of the European Union’s single market while staying inside parts of its customs union.
SA's automotive sector expects a slight increase in new vehicles sales this year as economic growth gains pace thanks to ...
Abraaj Group, the private-equity firm that invests across emerging markets, is interested in buying Barclays Group’s African business.
Gold jumps more than 1 percent to its highest in nearly eight weeks, on expectations of a definitive exit from the EU.
There are new measures to further open the world's second-largest economy to foreign investment.
Despite the threat of "self-referencing" and fake news, there was still an important space for the established media.
UBS Group Chairman Axel Weber said executives and policy makers gathering this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos are too gloomy.
Zimbabwe's largest mobile telephony company Econet Wireless plans to raise $130 million from shareholders to pay foreign loans.
UK inflation accelerated more than economists forecast in December as signs mounted that the pound’s decline is leading to a surge in import costs.