Fastjet investors vote to retain chairman Colin Child, defeating a move by its second-largest shareholder to force out a second top executive.
Volkswagen agrees to spend nearly $15 billion to get 480 000 emissions-cheating diesel vehicles off US roads and placate regulators.
The City of Cape Town has handed over title deeds to business owners who under apartheid had been denied the opportunity ...
Trade union Solidarity threatens to take legal acton against the SABC if it doesn't reinstate three of its suspended journalists.
A day after Jimi Matthews sudden resignation as the SABC's CEO, the broadcaster has appointed Ugandan James Aguma as its head.
De Beers reduces diamond sales at its fifth offering this year to the least since January.
Gold may stand at the start of a major bull market if the UK’s Brexit vote proves to be a forerunner of greater instability.
Exxaro Resources is in talks with Eskom to obtain more funds to further develop its Matla coal mine.
Staff have been told that the SABC is not in crisis as the public broadcaster revealed who would replace acting CEO Jimi Matthews.
Rich and poor countries are missing huge opportunities when it comes to making the most of their populations' economic potential.
Zimbabwe restores electricity after earlier losing half of its daily supply following a technical hitch that disrupted business.
AngloGold Ashanti plans to redeem about $475 million outstanding on a $1.25 billion high-yield bond that was issued in 2013.
The UK’s vote to leave the EU won’t affect the company’s strategy or the plan to have the separation completed by the end of 2018.
British sports-car company sees losses almost triple in a year due to a major expansion drive aimed at transforming its fortunes.
As markets tumble after last week’s Brexit vote, foreigners buy South African shares at the fastest pace in more than seven years.