National Treasury finds a quick fix to assist taxpayers who lost out because of long delays with the approval of R&D projects.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan can’t afford to ignore innovation in his budget, writes Elaine Bergenthuin.
In an IOL exclusive, Turkish Airlines reveals short-term plans for Africa and how it will continue to connect Turkey to the rest of the continent.
Of the almost 19 million people registered to pay tax in South Africa, just more than four million have already filed.
The National Union of Mineworkers has rejected Sibanye Gold’s takeover of Anglo American Platinum’s Rustenburg operations.
SA’s rand might look undervalued, but headwinds are problematic, says Peter Linley, the head of Old Mutual Equities.
SA businesses are increasingly moving towards investing in a mega-trend that has gripped businesses across the world.
Modern CFOs are increasingly expected and required to fulfil leadership and strategic roles in their respective organisations.
Geomechanics and Geomech Africa have agreed to pay a total fine of about R1.65m for collusive tendering on certain Gautrain ...
Junior coal producer Wescoal rose as much as 11.63% on the JSE on news that earnings for the half-year ended September would jump.
ICT group Datatec reported a 19.32% decline in profits to $22.67m for the six months to end August as a strong US dollar ...
The Competition Tribunal has confirmed an agreement between Aveng and the Competition Commission that granted the engineering ...
Data released by Statistics SA showed that consumer price index inflation quickened to 6.1% year on year in September.
Johannesburg is home to 17 600 millionaires and two billionaires, while Cape Town boasts 7 400 millionaires.
No amount of negotiation between protesters, universities and the government will result in a long-term solution for all, writes Pierre Heistein.