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The SA Reserve Bank will be keeping a careful eye on the rand, while analysts speculate on a further interest rate hike following the currency's dramatic plunge.
Investors who piled into China's stock market at the government's behest may have lost heavily in recent months, but many still cling to hopes of official rescue.
Forward-rate agreements, used to speculate on interest rates, are pricing in at least a 25-basis points rate rise at each of the next two policy meetings.
ANALYSIS: The standoff between power supplier Eskom and commodity trading and mining group Glencore has long been coming.
Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi says 'white-owned' business has betrayed reconciliation, while Solidarity believes empowerment policies are insulting to blacks.
Sanral says it has always engaged with Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille and claims it offered to resolve the latest tolling feud without litigation.
The world’s 400 richest people have lost $182bn from their collective fortunes as weak Chinese data and a rout in commodities sent global markets plunging.
The Select Committee on Trade and International Relations has voiced satisfaction with its North West visit, but says unemployment is still too high.
A new breed of green engineers is working to avert the world’s looming water issues by grabbing water out of thin air. And South Africa-based Cirrus Water Management is joining the party with its independently engineered water-harvesting technology that generates clean drinking water from the ambient atmosphere.
Executives at the Passenger Rail Agency of SA have denounced talk by disgruntled employees that the agency intended to “downsize” staff as “peddling untruths”.
Eight years after ground was broken, the once-sleepy town of Lephalale boasts a luxury hotel and two top-rated guesthouses, a gleaming shopping mall and several restaurants that would be at home in Sandton City.
For nearly seven years, the labour department has withheld information that could have imperiled many lives, says lawyer Richard Spoor on the release of the Paarl fire report.
Eskom does not have a contingency plan should coal supplies at its Hendrina Power Station be depleted, after administrators suspended a supply deal with Optimum Coal Mine.
The ANC is considering using state-owned pension fund Public Investment Corporation to invest in the local economy, Gauteng chairperson Paul Mashatile says.
Rich black South African entrepreneurs should not be expected to share their wealth, Progressive Professionals Forum president Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi says.
The Passenger Rail Association of SA has played down the suspension of seven senior staffers who held an unauthorised press conference to raise concerns.
The National Treasury is investigating the origins of a document that purports to be an intelligence report on how top Treasury officials were apartheid agents.
European policymakers say they expected Greece to press on with reforms agreed under its new bailout regardless of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' decision to resign.
It is crucial for South Africa to improve its competitiveness, according to a discussion document issued by the ANC for its National General Council.
The Passenger Rail Agency of SA has suspended seven staffers who organised a gathering in support of the reinstatement of former CEO Lucky Montana.