Bullion and platinum producer Sibanye Gold is refocusing on safety after a spike in fatalities.
The families of Pretty Nkambule, Yvonne Mnisi and Solomon Nyerende were promised R200 000 each after a section of the Lily Mine caved in.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has called for a parliamentary debate over the latest twist in the Pravin Gordhan saga.
Grindrod has slipped into a loss as demand for shipping remained under pressure due to the recent commodities rout.
Zimbabwe will start firing employees at its agriculture ministry as it seeks to trim the civil service wage bill.
African banking group Atlas Mara moves to align its cost base with the current revenue environment.
Ceramics company Italtile is continuing to expand its presence as the market becomes increasingly competitive.
Manganese producer South32 is monitoring two potential investment opportunities after reporting full-year earnings that beat analysts’ estimates.
Harmony Gold is willing to use debt and equity to buy a profitable mine that will offset falling production in South Africa.
Jacob Zuma appears to be going for broke in a battle to maintain his grip on power - and the first casualties have been SA’s rand and bonds.
Sibanye Gold has benefited from the surging gold price in the first six months of the year.
Suggestions that Pravin Gordhan may have acted illegally in setting up a tax agency unit are “wholly unfounded”, says his lawyer.
Well-heeled consumers resilient to economic pressure helped SA retailer Woolworths boost food and clothing sales.
The group grows sales in a difficult trading environment thanks to new store openings.
South Africa will one day receive almost all of its energy from renewable sources, writes Pierre Heistein.