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Updated: 14 hours 27 min ago
No matter what the review report says, e-tolls cannot continue as a method to finance the Gauteng roads upgrade, says civil action group Outa.
Tell unwanted callers that your time is worth money, suggests Mandi Smallhorne.
Members of the Mpumalanga executive have been warned not to get involved in tender processes as quotations for tenders are milking the government dry.
Petrol is at its cheapest level for the year after the latest drop reversed all gains for 2014 and an economist is seeing a further decline in the new year.
Gauteng premier David Makhura says he doesn't want to make any rash announcements on the e-tolls review report.
Eskom is expecting to restore the load as improvements to the power grid comes as the dams are nearly full and maintenance is done, says the utility.
The advisory panel which assessed the economic impact of e-tolls in Gauteng has handed over its report to premier David Makhura.
US President Barack Obama's promised R77bn five-year plan to "Power Africa" is yet deliver the power.
A local rich list shows three mining bosses are among the country’s 10 wealthiest people – despite a slowing economy and continued mining strikes.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Turkey will have trade and energy issues at its heart, but is not expected to bridge deep differences over Syria and Crimea.
Opec members must combat the US shale oil boom, according to Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi.
Economists say prices in Greece were unreasonably high for a long time, but lower prices have since made Greek products more attractive.
Zimbabwe is set to establish a fund that will be used to compensate farmers whose land was taken under the land reform programme.
A slowdown in the economy in the last quarter was less severe than feared, giving the central bank ammunition to resist government pressure to cut interest rates.
After Opec's decision to leave production unchanged, Brent crude futures experienced the first three standard deviation down-move since the May 2011 flash crash.
Energy-rich Russia's currency has extended its record slide and the government lowered its oil price forecast as Opec's kept its output target unchanged.
President Jacob Zuma has called on Africa's youth to discuss ways in which the continent can utilise its resources and raw materials more profitably.
Tokyo investors will be keeping an eye on US holiday retail sales and movements on Wall Street next week, analysts say.
The ruble has lost another 1.5% of its value as it extended a record slide after the Opec oil cartel's decision to leave its output ceiling unchanged.
The deficit on South Africa's trade account has widened sharply in October compared to September, shows data from the SA Revenue Service.