SA will continue to pursue bilateral and regional negotiations with the UK despite its exit from the EU, the Minister of Trade and Industry has said.
Eskom reported an operational surplus energy capacity averaging 5 600MW at peak this financial year.
Public Enterprise Minister Lynne Brown says Eskom would appoint a permanent chief executive within the first quarter of this year.
Governor Lesetja Kganyago announced that the Monetary Policy Committee had kept the repo rate at 7 percent.
Low-cost carrier FlySafair says it made a profit in 2016, the carrier’s second year of operations.
Amazon.com is poised to settle a European Union probe into its e-book deals with publishers by changing controversial clause.
Rio Tinto Group agrees to sell its thermal coal assets in Australia’s Hunter Valley for as much as $2.45 billion.
Independent Media has opened up an opportunity to accelerate community development efforts of SA’s youth.
Britain’s Supreme Court has ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May needs an act of Parliament to implement Brexit.
De Beers had its biggest diamond sale in at least a year as the gem industry restocked after the key holiday period.
Samsung Electronics expects profit growth in 2017 despite challenges from political uncertainty, as record chip earnings gloss over the Note 7 fiasco.
Dual-listed junior miner says it is seeking to have a claim against it dismissed with costs.
Imperial Holdings will report lower earnings for the first half of the year as foreign exchange losses and higher finance costs impact profit.
Food producer AVI says revenue for the 6 months to December was 11.6 percent higher, despite a constrained trading environment.
Net1 UEPS Technologies has agreed to acquire a 30 percent interest in Liechtenstein-based Bank Frick & Co.