Caution prevails in financial markets on Friday ahead of US President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
South Africa is hard at work and is open for business, is the Deputy President's message at Davos.
Eskom must give defaulting municipalities until the end of the month to settle their outstanding arrears before interrupting their power supply.
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South Africa’s slipping consumer confidence highlights households’ concerns about the weak economy.
Over the past decade 900 local wine producers have failed, with 100 being lost every year, which is worsening unemployment in the country.
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UD Trucks Southern Africa plans to invest R30 million to upgrade its semi knocked down (SKD) commercial vehicle assembly facility in Rosslyn.
Brikor's Auditors have reported “reportable irregularities” by the company to the Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors.
South32 is on track to achieve full-year guidance for the majority of its operations, despite a challenging quarter to the end of December.
Minerals Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says the number of miners killed in mines last year fell 5 percent to a record low of 73 from 77.
AngloGold Ashanti is in talks with unions to lay off more than 800 workers at its South African operations.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said the message the SA delegation carried to the international investment community had been very well received.
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