A new 6 000 m² bespoke advocates chambers office building is being developed at a cost of about R270m in Pretoria for about 120 advocates.
Lonmin expects to remain under pressure in the year ahead and forecast lower platinum sales.
Fly Blue Crane is evaluating its routes as part of a restructuring process following the company’s application for business rescue last year.
Current heavy rains that are pounding Zimbabwe have breathed fresh impetus into Tongaat Hulett’s Zimbabwe operations.
The National Union of Mineworkers will “fight tooth and nail” against plans by AngloGold Ashanti to lay off more than 800 workers.
Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Capital and African Rainbow Minerals are on an expansion drive.
Mystery surrounds an alleged cover price submitted by contractor Giuricich Coast Projects for the Mondi Reel Handling project.
The Department of Trade and Industry convened a meeting with various stakeholders this week to pluck the poultry industry out of its present crisis.
Oakbay's claims are designed to deflect from the primary issues in Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s court application, the National Treasury said.
The brothers, who are close to President Zuma, claim in court papers that they are victims of a political campaign to damage their business interests.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Oakbay Investments – which is owned by the controversial Gupta family – file an affidavit with the Pretoria High Court.
MTN may put off plans to list its Nigerian operation until 2018 as Africa’s largest wireless carrier works to resolve a regulatory dispute.
The crisis in Nigeria is throwing up opportunities for Africa’s largest bank.
Eskom must give defaulting municipalities until the end of the month to settle their outstanding arrears before interrupting their power supply.
Over the past decade 900 local wine producers have failed, with 100 being lost every year, which is worsening unemployment in the country.