The Treasury's ability to provide support to South Africa's power sector is reaching its limits, writes Stephen Labson.
Brazil's recent activities raise questions about its continued membership of the BRICS bloc, write Marco Vieira and Henrique Menezes.
Zimbabwe starts issuing "bond notes" to try to ease critical cash shortages amid widespread fears of a return to hyperinflation.
SA's Department of Trade and Industry will hold economic policy talks with labour, industry, academia and other stakeholders this week.
Oil prices slid on Monday amid fears that producer countries meeting this week could fail to agree on an output cut.
The Food and Allied Workers' Union will march to the Treasury in Pretoria today to protest against SA's proposed sugar tax.
Ruling ANC lashes out at ratings agencies, branding their references to political risk in SA as mischievous and unscientific.
Eskom disputes research that claims its chosen site for a nuclear power station may be at risk of storm surges and tsunamis.
Masstores' ambitions to increase the number of Game stores offering fresh produce received a major boost when the retailer ...
SA's Department of Mineral Resources stares down the Chamber of Mines' threats to challenge the draft reviewed mining charter.
The Motor Industry Staff Association has refused to be part of the wage settlement agreement signed by the Retail Motor Industry ...
The Development Bank of Southern Africa wants to keep on delivering on its mandate to South Africa and the rest of the continent.
Sasol chairman Mandla Gantsho moves to allay shareholder fears about the escalating costs of the company's Lake Charles Chemicals ...
Budget airline operator Fastjet has cautioned that online purchases for tickets from Zimbabwe are curbed at $200 owing to ...
S&P is scheduled to release its review on December 2 and is arguably the most significant agency to watch at present.