Amcu leader Joseph Mathunjwa and relatives of the missing Lily Mine trio want the tragedy to be declared a national disaster.
Steinhoff International isn’t done with deals and has the potential to double its market value over the next five years, says the chairman.
Municipalities could feel the pinch of a court ruling setting aside Nersa’s decision to grant Eskom an effective 9.4% tariff increase for 2016.
SAA and Eskom would be better run if they were partially sold to private investors, says billionaire Christo Wiese.
The African finance firm founded by former Barclays boss Robert Diamond has fallen to the lowest since its IPO in 2013.
The Olympic Games should be about more than just a fashion statement, argues Nicola Mawson.
South Africa’s largest chicken producer, RCL Foods, says full-year profit probably fell as much as 80 percent.
A South African court has ordered the government to increase the tariff on wheat imports by 30 percent.
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa will review its spending plans in SA if Pretoria’s proposed tax on sugary drinks gets the green light.
Exxaro plans to go ahead with its new BEE structure, despite ongoing discussions over the new draft mining charter.
Coega Development Corporation signs R11bn investment deal with China’s Beijing Automobile International Corporation for the ...
Standard Bank’s shares responded positively to its half-year results on the JSE, gaining more than 7% in early trade on Thursday.
Anglo American Platinum signs memorandum of agreement with Roads Agency Limpopo to co-fund Limpopo road programme.
Tyco wants to disinvest from SA - and has agreed to sell its core security business in the country to Fidelity Security Group.
Hundreds of NUM members marched to Northam Platinum’s Zondereinde Mine to push for the axing of the company’s chief executive.