SA’s Eskom and Mozambique’s Hydro Cahora Bassa have told Zimbabwe to pay its electricity bills - or face the consequences.
Independent Media has announced the appointment of one of SA's most experienced editors, Jovial Rantao, as the company's Press Ombudsman.
Unions are warning of a secondary strike if wage negotiations at Robertson Winery in the Western Cape do not go according to plan.
Global wine production is expected to fall this year, due to adverse weather that sharply cut output in France and South America.
Unilever's "Marmitegate"row showed how reliant the company is on price rises to make more money from shoppers.
BHP Billiton is not as inclusive or diverse as it could be - but the mining titan wants to change that by 2025.
Commodity trader Glencore sells its coal haulage unit in Australia to US railroad operator Genesee & Wyoming.
MTN may have illegally moved more than the previously claimed $14bn out of Nigeria, according to a lawmaker.
The euro wobbled against the dollar on Thursday as traders looked towards an European Central Bank meeting.
FirstRand agrees with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan that he cannot interfere with the bank’s decision to cut ties with the Guptas.
Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago says there has been some improvement to SA’s inflation outlook recently.
The Gupta family is insinuating that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is wasting taxpayers’ money.
CEO Jes Staley says he’s making progress in his turnaround programme at Barclays, with a focus on the bank’s UK and US markets.
Nestle cut its full-year forecast amid slowing growth in emerging markets and deflation in Europe and North America.
Mattel’s Barbie and American Girl doll lines surged in the third quarter, boosting sales for the toy company.