A group of more than 60 KwaZulu-Natal electrical contractors and suppliers is considering legal action against Eskom.
Asian shares touched fresh three-year highs on Tuesday as investors drew encouragement from a rally in Chinese markets.
Oil prices slipped further in Asian trade on Tuesday on fears concerning global demand.
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The dollar was little moved against the euro and yen on Tuesday as investors waited for the US Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.
US stocks ended nearly flat on Monday as the latest deal news offset losses following discouraging data on the housing market.
Numsa has accepted a wage increase offer from employers to end the strike in the metals sector.
Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim has called for the implementation of a national minimum wage to avoid future strikes.
An international company was awarded a local R51 billion rail contract even though it has been under investigation for corruption.
In the Netherlands, first came the shock, then the rage and now this question.
To understand the Middle East today and its future course, the Europe of the 19th century provides some intriguing parallels.
Ethiopian workers strolling through the parking lot of Huajian Shoes’ factory outside Addis Ababa last month chose the wrong day to leave their shirts untucked.
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