There's talk that Glencore's turnaround plan has gone so well that it could be months away from paying dividends again.
South Africa's business confidence fell in the fourth quarter - an outcome that jeopardises efforts to boost economic growth.
Zimbabwe's new bond notes are trading on equal footing with the dollar in Harare - but money-changers say things could turn.
The South African Revenue Service collected just more than R1 trillion in the 2015/16 year.
In the two years since its inception, the CEO SleepOut has raised R34 million for beneficiaries.
Zinc for delivery in three months rose 2.9% to settle at $2 900 a metric ton on the London Metal Exchange on Monday afternoon.
Omnia Holdings, which provides specialised chemicals, says profit for the first half dropped 22.1 percent to R259 million ...
Samsung Electronics is facing fresh investor pressure to review its governance in the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.
German airline hit by another walkout as pilots embark on two days of strike action.
Labour union Fawu urges SA's government to address the root causes of obesity amid fears over job losses as a result of a sugar tax.
Italy's political woes weighed on the euro and the greenback remained shy of recent highs on Tuesday.
Oakbay Investments releases an affidavit submitted to the Pretoria High Court seeking to access information held by the regulator ...
Nick Booth is retiring from Italtile from the end of next February, after at least 15 years with the company in various forms.
South Africa's mining industry is at risk of collapse due to political unrest and labour instability, warns Sibanye Gold's Neal Froneman.
SA telecoms giant MTN moves to take advantage of the growing digital economy in Iran.