SA cannot rely on austerity measures to reduce public debt and boost economic growth, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Foreigners flock to South Africa as a weaker currency and relaxed visa rules make holidays cheaper and more accessible.
As Kumba reports interim results that show an improvement to its profits, it says Themba Mkhwanazi will be its CEO from September.
Telecommunications Minister Siyabonga Cwele’s intervention could prevent the sale of $1bn of spectrum for high-speed broadband.
Brewer AB InBev raises its bid for SABMiller amid investor concerns about the deal’s structure.
The demand for electricity has risen in the face of miserable weather across SA - and Eskom wants consumers to use energy wisely.
Verizon will combine Yahoo's search, email and messenger assets with its AOL unit.
An unprecedented error by SA’s stock exchange had everyone from stock analysts to economists re-assessing two months of data.
Fitch downgrades SA’s local-currency debt assessment one level to bring it into line with the country’s foreign-currency rating.
Simpler system pays off for South Africa’s revenue officials as tax returns pour in from citizens.
Lafarge SA refutes Cosatu’s accusations that it is arrogant and engages in union bashing.
Amplats chief Chris Griffith believed there was little appetite for industrial action as wage talks, which began earlier ...
Arrowhead Properties has made an expression of interest to acquire all, or the majority of, the issued share capital of listed Emira Property Fund.
Not everyone is an expert at reading graphs, but it’s possible to dig deeper into the metrics to get a closer look, writes Thinus Janse van Rensburg.
Hulamin’s net profit leapt roughly 100 percent for the six months to end June, boosted by a weaker rand and improved production.