Agricultural company Crookes Brothers has reported half-year results that bucked the trend in the sector.
President Jacob Zuma sends the FICA bill back to Parliament, saying it might not be constitutional.
SA's rand plunged as much as 2.5% as the dollar recovered globally and President Jacob Zuma survived calls to step down.
A recently revealed document from 2015 advised that the best way to test cost analysis on nuclear was to go to the market for tenders.
An Amazon.com employee was injured when he leaped off a building at the company's Seattle headquarters in what police said was a suicide attempt.
DiamondCorp says the 310-metre production level at its operating subsidiary, Lace Diamond Mines in the Free State, is clear of flood water.
Iran and Iraq are resisting pressure from Saudi Arabia to curtail oil production, making it hard for OPEC to reach a global output-limiting deal.
European shares chalk up modest gains, after taking a battering from banks the previous day, but weak oil prices before a ...
There's talk that Glencore's turnaround plan has gone so well that it could be months away from paying dividends again.
South Africa's business confidence fell in the fourth quarter - an outcome that jeopardises efforts to boost economic growth.
Zimbabwe's new bond notes are trading on equal footing with the dollar in Harare - but money-changers say things could turn.
The South African Revenue Service collected just more than R1 trillion in the 2015/16 year.
In the two years since its inception, the CEO SleepOut has raised R34 million for beneficiaries.
Zinc for delivery in three months rose 2.9% to settle at $2 900 a metric ton on the London Metal Exchange on Monday afternoon.
Omnia Holdings, which provides specialised chemicals, says profit for the first half dropped 22.1 percent to R259 million ...