Oil edges back above the $50 level where prices have hovered since rallying on OPEC’s decision to cut output last month.
The Gauteng government has invited Italian companies to invest in its cities during a summit in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Amazon.com and Facebook join a bidding war for rights to stream Indian Premier League cricket matches.
Pick n Pay Stores says first-half earnings rise as it attracts cash-strapped shoppers with discounted goods and opens new stores.
The Gupta-owned Oakbay says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s affidavit is flawed, Reuters reported on Tuesday.
Jacob Zuma tells diplomats that he backs Pravin Gordhan’s efforts to reassure investors about the state of SA’s economy.
South African Airways bans Samsung’s Note 7 after several reports of the handset exploding and its recall.
Netflix surged more than 20 percent after reporting its streaming service signed up 3.57 million subscribers in the third quarter.
Tesla Motors has unveiled plans to collaborate with Panasonic to make solar-energy components for SolarCity.
DiamondCorp resumes work at its Lace mine in the Free State after a production hiatus prompted by a Section 54 notice.
YouTube secures deal with actor Dwayne Johnson and director Doug Liman to make shows for its subscription service.
British mobile phone group Vodafone partners with Iran’s HiWeb to help it modernise its mobile network and IT infrastructure.
Low-cost airline Ryanair trims full-year profit forecast by 5% because of the fall in the value of sterling.
Diamond-mining billionaire Nicky Oppenheimer’s family is backing a new hedge fund to be run by Andrew Crawford and Stephen Carew.
South Africa could add pure fruit juices to the list of drinks expected to face a levy under a proposed sugar tax, says the Treasury.