Furniture retailer recalls dressers and chests sold in the United States after the deaths of six children from tip-over accidents.
South Africa keeps its estimate for corn production this season at the smallest since 2008.
The pound and the euro recovered some of their poise on Wednesday.
Asian share markets benefited as the immediate drag from the Brexit vote began to ebb on Wednesday.
Wall Street bounced back on Tuesday as investors sought cheap assets after a two-day equities rout.
SABC battles to quell a journalist revolt over the censorship of programmes portraying the government in a negative light.
European leaders have told Britain to resolve the political and economic confusion unleashed by its vote to leave the EU.
"The media, especially print, seems to have an agenda against the SABC. Everything that happens here is attributed to one man, Hlaudi.".
In delaying its IPO by two years, Japanese messaging app company Line left billions of dollars on the table as its valuation shrivelled.
China could file suit at the World Trade Organisation in order to protect its steel industry.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warns the UK to have no illusions about life outside the European Union.
US economic growth slowed in the first quarter but not as sharply as previously estimated.
Fastjet investors vote to retain chairman Colin Child, defeating a move by its second-largest shareholder to force out a second top executive.
Volkswagen agrees to spend nearly $15 billion to get 480 000 emissions-cheating diesel vehicles off US roads and placate regulators.
The City of Cape Town has handed over title deeds to business owners who under apartheid had been denied the opportunity ...