Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan told MPs there are no conclusive figureson the financial affordability and social impact of new nuclear plants.
President Jacob Zuma shouldn't use his victory to oust Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, further harming SA Inc, argues Nicola Mawson.
National Treasury plans to review a contract entered into by SAA but is still awaiting documentation and approval from the ...
Minister Lynne Brown has approved a recommendation by Eskom's board to appoint Matshela Koko as acting group CEO.
The public will be able to buy shares in the Raddison Blu Hotel which will be built at Vivian Reddy's Oceans development in uMhlanga Rocks.
The latest strike by Lufthansa pilots grounded almost 900 flights on Wednesday.
Kibo Mining receives an advanced draft of the integrated financial model for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project.
Fawu vows to proceed with rolling mass protest action against the imminent "Sugar Tax" and the so-called dumping of chicken from the EU.
Emerging stocks rise marginally but are headed for their biggest monthly fall since January.
Implats and Zimplats' board approve the development of the $264 million Mupani Mine, which will increase the Zimbabwe unit's mineral reserves.
South Korea's most valuable company is probably going to split as soon as next year.
OPEC members are debating a deal to curtail oil production and prop up the price of crude.
Sanral says it will act against "irregular, fruitless and wasteful" expenditure, which has accumulated to a staggering R1.165 billion.
The Zimbabwean government is optimistic that the country's new bond notes will ease the prevailing liquidity crisis.
Rocketing ferrochrome prices are expected to accelerate consolidation among producers in South Africa.