Eskom will shift focus to its distribution network now that its electricity-generation woes have eased, says Brian Molefe.
Cutting taxes and increasing government spending will not solve SA’s problem of sluggish growth, says the IMF’s David Lipton.
Merafe Resources expects its basic and headline earnings a share for the six months to June to be between 48% and 60% lower ...
The percentage of residential tenants in good standing declined by 2.8% in the first quarter of this year - the third-largest ...
Impala Platinum says the future and sustainability of mining operations in Zimbabwe is dependent on several factors.
Gold Fields’ earnings received a boost from the uncertainty that had been triggered by the British vote to leave the EU.
A strike in the retail motor industry has moved a step closer after the failure of a resolution dispute meeting.
Massmart shares dipped on Tuesday after the retail giant reported that sales had increased 8.7 percent in the six months to June.
Is Swaziland’s controversial king the right man to helm the SADC? Sechaba ka’Nkosi ponders the question...
The International Monetary Fund has called for greater transparency at South Africa’s state-owned companies.
Eskom is able to meet South Africa’s energy demands while performing necessary maintenance on its power plants.
The closing of Gupta bank accounts could leave 340 people without a job, according to trade union Solidarity.
Chinese courts have ramped up their use of shaming tactics to push debtors to pay up.
As the world reeled from the Brexit vote, the founder of Japan's SoftBank was sitting by the sea trying to persuade the bosses ...
SA Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says Africa’s energy crunch is one of the biggest barriers to development on the continent.