European stock markets fell on Thursday, weighed down by a drop in the shares of major airlines.
SA’s third-largest insurer by market value partners with Sumitomo Life Insurance and SoftBank to develop products for Japan.
The energy regulator in Zimbabwe has turned down an application by the state-run power distributor to raise electricity tariffs by nearly 50%.
The Swiss drugmaker’s strategy of combining medicines to better treat cancers of the breast, blood and bowel is paying off.
EasyJet reports lower quarterly revenue - and says it’s preparing for volatility in the summer travel season.
US prosecutors are trying to seize more than $1bn in assets they said were tied to money stolen from the Malaysian state fund.
The Bank of England has seen no clear signs yet of damage to British companies after the vote to leave the European Union.
Retailer Wal-Mart pushes suppliers to remove or restrict the use of eight hazardous chemicals from a range of products.
Oil prices edged up in Asia on Thursday following US data showing a drop in crude inventories.
The yen slid to its lowest level in about six weeks on Thursday on expectations of fresh stimulus from Japan’s central bank.
Asian stocks climbed to nine-month highs on Thursday, helped by a recovery in global oil prices.
Wall Street gained on Wednesday and the S&P 500 and Dow industrials set fresh records, as Microsoft's strong results boosted the indexes.
Mobile giant Vodacom’s revenue was R19.9 billion in the three months through June.
Brewer SABMiller reports higher sales in the first quarter as it enters the final stretch before being bought by AB InBev.
The South African Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee will announce its rates decision today.