SAA suspends Treasurer Cynthia Stimpel pending an investigation into a misconduct charge, the latest in a wave of disciplinary proceedings.
Anglo American Platinum says one of its employees died after an infection set in post an accident.=.
Steinhoff has agreed to buy out UK discount chain Poundland for R11 billion, Bloomberg reports.
Zimbabwe took Impala Platinum to court over compulsory acquisition of land claims the state argued were lying idle.
SA’s finance minister has exempted Telkom from the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act and Preferential Procurement Act.
Financial services group Sasfin sells 70 percent of its logistics business to Imperial Holdings.
Anglo American Platinum is expecting headline earnings to drop by between 50% and 70% for the half year to June.
Ascendis Health says its deal to acquire two major European businesses - Remedica Holdings and Scitec International - is on track.
Weeks after Britain’s vote to leave the EU, Redefine International gives the impression that it’s business as usual.
The biggest banks and insurers in Africa are temporarily closing operations in South Sudan after violence between rival political factions in Juba.
Grant Thornton International solidifies Paul Badrick’s position in the company by making him its permanent CEO of its Johannesburg unit.
Kevin Latter will join JP Morgan as joint senior country officer and head of Investment Banking for sub-Saharan Africa.
The JSE says quicker settlements on share dealing are part of enhancements aimed at increasing trade volumes and attracting foreign investors.
The SABC is consulting its lawyers about a ruling that it should withdraw a resolution not to show images of violent protests.
A bidding war between two companies to buy out the “hopelessly insolvent” Richard’s Bay-based Tata Steel KZN has been put to bed.