Many people on Wall Street believe Facebook should be concerned about Snapchat, but one analyst says it’s really Twitter that should be worried.
NUM is sticking to its guns over demands it has made of Northam Platinum in Limpopo, including that its CEO Paul Dunne resign.
Job and wage security continue to decline after dropping by 4.3 percent in the second quarter of 2016 according to trade union Solidarity.
Anglo American Platinum has suffered another fatality at one of its South African mines, this time at Rustenburg East.
Glencore’s decision to cut zinc output to fight a rout in prices last year is vindicated as the metal rallies.
Sun International is the latest South African company to exit Nigeria, following in the footsteps of Woolworths and Tiger Brands.
Talks between Telkom and the Communication Workers Union resume as the union’s members enter their fourth week of striking over wages.
ArcelorMittal SA and the Competition Commission reach a settlement agreement that will see the steel make pay a R1.5 billion ...
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa may close South African plants and see profit more than halve if the government goes ahead with a sugar tax.
OUTA says there must be a full independent enquiry into financial management and auditing controls at Eskom after it overspent by R16b on Ingula.
ADvTech says it should be able to deliver on its target of boosting earnings per share - on a normalised basis - to 100c a share.
Africa’s agricultural sector is failing to attract younger talent as more people head to cities in search of work.
Money manager Meryl Pick’s Old Mutual Gold Fund has gained 110 percent this year.
SA hotel and gaming group Sun International says goodbye to Nigeria amid weak growth and clashes with regulators there.
Did players in the petroleum sector explore all of their options before the strike? Siseko Njobeni ponders the question.