Three more municipalities, two in the Free State and one in the North West, avoid power supply cuts after they reach payment agreements with Eskom.
The pound again bore the brunt of Theresa May’s Brexit planning, falling beneath $1.20 for the first time since October.
Just 8 men own the same wealth as half the world, and inequality is worsening, says Oxfam.
We’ve had “Brexit means Brexit,” “red, white and blue Brexit” and the repeated promise to seek the “best possible deal.”
IHL completes the acquisition of the Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh City Centre for £17.7 million plus costs.
Eskom is suspending planned power cuts to five defaulting municipalities after receiving payments and agreeing on payment plans.
A study into whether any of Kenya’s three mobile operators should be deemed “dominant” will be released this week.
Stokvels have helped millions save for big ticket items, fund education, pay off debt or bury loved ones, while generating billions of rands.
Donald Trump has offered views on US relations with Asia that could indicate radical shifts in long-standing policy toward the region.
South Korea's special prosecutor's office wants a warrant to arrest the head of Samsung, accusing him of paying multi-million dollar bribes
Donald Trump has often ridiculed global warming and promised to withdraw the US from the global accord signed in Paris in 2015.
Sage CTO Klaus-Michael Vogelberg sees six major trends in 2017 that could make a big difference to the way business builders will work.
According to the American Enterprise Institute, nearly 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies that existed in 1955 are no longer with us.
Governor of the Reserve Bank, Lesetja Kganyago, is studying the Public Protector’s report into Absa and has already found inaccuracies in it.
Pan-African financial services provider Letshego Holdings said on Friday it had bought Afb.