Mali's government allows the offices of companies controlled by Randgold Resources in the capital Bamako to reopen.
Lewis Group expects a drop in half-year earnings of up to 45 percent as its less affluent customers face tough economic conditions.
Beverage titan Coca-Cola plans to end a bottling deal with Zimbabwe’s Delta Corporation.
Samsung SA is setting up booths at international airports where people can swap their Note 7s for the Galaxy S7 edge.
MTN Nigeria’s chief executive responds to accusations of illegal money transfers by the telecoms firm.
Commodity companies including Glencore and Anglo American have recovered strongly after being battered for four years, according ...
MTN declined 2.25% on the JSE after a Nigerian senator alleged that the company had illegally moved more than $14 billion from that country.
MTN and Telkom have opposed a government plan to force operators to give up their broadband spectrum and share a national network.
Independent Media has announced the appointment of one of SA's most experienced editors, Jovial Rantao, as the company's Press Ombudsman.
MTN may have illegally moved more than the previously claimed $14bn out of Nigeria, according to a lawmaker.
Eskom and Nersa are appealing the power utility’s unsuccessful bid to claw back R42 billion from consumers.
South32 says first-quarter manganese output dropped after it halted some mine work in South Africa.
The National Union of Mineworkers has rejected Sibanye Gold’s takeover of Anglo American Platinum’s Rustenburg operations.
Geomechanics and Geomech Africa have agreed to pay a total fine of about R1.65m for collusive tendering on certain Gautrain ...
Junior coal producer Wescoal rose as much as 11.63% on the JSE on news that earnings for the half-year ended September would jump.