Amcu leader Joseph Mathunjwa slams the Mineral Resources Department during a march over the Lily Mine situation.
Untu and Bombela failed to reach an agreement at the CCMA following threats of union members going on strike due to wage disagreements.
Close to 1000 workers affiliated to the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) protested outside Northam Platinum Mine’s head offices in Limpopo.
Low-cost airlines Ryanair and easyJet have made significant investments in data analytics - and there’s a reason why.
A tale of a cricket player who became a businessman, his Zimbabwean partner and some serious accusations.
British retail sales jumped by much more than expected in July, adding to signs there has been little immediate concern for consumers.
Tencent’s shopping spree on premium content has helped defy investors’ expectations and a slowing Chinese economy.
The biggest maker of equipment that runs the web plans to eliminate 5 500 positions from its workforce of more than 73 700.
The South African government can no longer afford to keep its national airline afloat, writes Jannie Rossouw.
Latest prediction provides snapshot of SA's vino industry, says MEC Alan Winde.
Boosted by a higher gold price and efficiency gains, Gold Fields’ South Deep made R63m in the second quarter.
George Herman at Citadel Investment Services is concerned about SA’s domestic risks and the ANC’s call to “re-prioritise” the budget.
Major grocery retailers are establishing themselves in what has traditionally been a local business space in SA’s townships.
China’s Lenovo Group says first-quarter profit jumped nearly two-thirds, helped by a one-off asset sale.
Europe's main bourses all followed Asian stocks higher on Thursday, breaking off from a losing streak at the start of the week.