BHP Billiton and Vale’s court sanctioned agreement to pay $5.6 billion over 5 years to cover repairs after a dam burst is set aside.
SA’s biggest labour group says President Jacob Zuma will likely serve out his term despite being embroiled in allegations of graft.
Gold climbed for a fifth week and silver surged to the highest price since September 2014 on Friday.
China’s online marketplace Taobao boasts some unlikely products - and the latest is break-up insurance for a high-profile relationship.
On the anniversary of the death of Cecil the lion, conservationists have put a price-tag on the battle to save Africa’s big cats.
Hudaco Industries reports a 13.9% decline in half-year basic and headline earnings per share.
The estimated cost assumptions for the implementation of the National Health Insurance have been questioned as being understated.
SA telecoms firm MTN brought in former US attorney general Eric Holder during talks over its massive fine in Nigeria.
South Africa’s currency is still feeling the ripples of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Women who flaunt their assets to land a job are letting down the rest of us who just get on with making things happen, writes Nicola Mawson.
Cut in SA’s credit rating could deepen Reserve Bank’s challenge of weak growth and accelerating inflation, warns Deputy Governor Francois Groepe.
South Africa posts biggest trade surplus since at least 1996 in May as exports of precious metals and stones surge.
Britain’s Cherie Blair creates mentorship programme designed to empower female entrepreneurs across Africa.
The latest version of Google’s Android software has a nickname that follows in the footsteps of Lollipop and Gingerbread.
Facebook has increased the number of regular users in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.