Following a leaked report about an apartheid era Absa bail out, Cosatu has called on government to nationalise the South African Reserve Bank.
SA's automotive sector expects a slight increase in new vehicles sales this year as economic growth gains pace thanks to ...
After southern Africa’s worst drought in more than 35 years ravaged crops and sent food prices soaring, farmers are battling a new crisis: armyworms.
The fixation on using gross domestic product (GDP) growth in policy making and tax avoidance by big corporations had served to perpetuate income.
South Africa’s agricultural sector is on the road to recovery after the recent rains, according to analysts.
A torrent of dissenting views regarding a national minimum wage has been unleashed following yesterday’s release of Oxfam’s inequality report.
Business Unity South Africa welcomes the passing of an extension to the Employment Tax Incentive Act.
Just 8 men own the same wealth as half the world, and inequality is worsening, says Oxfam.
Stokvels have helped millions save for big ticket items, fund education, pay off debt or bury loved ones, while generating billions of rands.
Walk into Pedzai Nyika’s furniture factory in Zimbabwe’s capital and he’ll offer a 20 percent discount straight away - provided you pay in cash.
South Africa’s manufacturing production fared much better in November, but is nonetheless underperforming in contrast to global figures.
Heated debates over Zimbabwe’s new mobile data prices prompt a new wave of negotiations between operators and the government.
Credit-worthiness of sovereigns in sub-Saharan Africa has an overall negative outlook for 2017.
It is expected that the South African economy will improve this year.
More Zimbabwean companies could close if the government and the business sector fails to come up with measures to address liquidity challenges.