Microsoft’s quarterly sales and earnings topped analysts’ estimates, boosted by growing demand for cloud-based software and services.
Beverage titan Coca-Cola plans to end a bottling deal with Zimbabwe’s Delta Corporation.
This year’s mini budget will be the most closely watched yet for a number of reasons write Dave Mohr is Chief Investment ...
Criticism of the partnership between the PIC and Independent is unfounded, writes Adri Senekal de Wet.
British American Tobacco has offered to buy US tobacco company Reynolds American in a $47bn deal.
The International Monetary Fund says cash-strapped Zimbabwe has taken the first step towards a new loan programme.
Samsung SA is setting up booths at international airports where people can swap their Note 7s for the Galaxy S7 edge.
European Central Bank keeps its ultra-loose monetary policy unchanged, but leaves the door open to more stimulus in December.
Brazilian prosecutors have charged 22 people for their roles in the collapse of a tailings dam last November.
MTN Nigeria’s chief executive responds to accusations of illegal money transfers by the telecoms firm.
The South African Revenue Service is going to court to cancel its deal with the Lekgotla Trifecta Consortium.
Political infighting among the Guptas, Pravin Gordhan and Jacob Zuma costs those who can least afford it, writes Nicola Mawson.
The Competition Commission has decided not to prosecute Uber for alleged contraventions of the Competition Act.
National Union of Metalworkers of SA says its members will have no option but to strike if the retail motor industry doesn’t meet its wage demands.
Commodity companies including Glencore and Anglo American have recovered strongly after being battered for four years, according ...