Mobile giant Vodacom’s revenue was R19.9 billion in the three months through June.
Brewer SABMiller reports higher sales in the first quarter as it enters the final stretch before being bought by AB InBev.
The South African Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee will announce its rates decision today.
Italtile submits binding offer letter to Ceramic Industries through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Italtile Ceramics.
SA food manufacturer Tiger Brands has appointed Noel Doyle as chief financial officer.
Technology firm Datatec issues a trading statement from the period for March 1 to June 30.
Swaziland-based Inyatsi Construction Group believes the government needs to incentivise business to achieve real transformation.
Land and Agricultural Development Bank of SA sees little stress in its loan book despite the worst drought in memory damaging harvests.
Construction group Murray & Roberts is engaged in negotiations about the potential disposal of non-strategic assets.
Thousands of employees at major South African banks could lose their jobs after failing regulatory exams.
The new AU Passport raises concerns about security and labour migration, writes Pierre Heistein.
AB InBev gained US antitrust approval for its takeover of SABMiller after the maker of Budweiser agreed to give up ownership of the Miller brand.
SA poultry producer Astral is under pressure from high feed prices and the challenges of an oversupplied domestic market.
A senior HSBC Holdings Plc manager has been arrested alongside a former foreign exchange executive for engaging in a scheme ...
Huawei will train 1000 young South Africans in information and communications technology in China over the next five years.