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A lawsuit seeking to force Prime Minister Theresa May to hold a vote in Parliament before beginning Britain’s exit from the European Union interferes with democracy.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has received the public support of more business leaders as the graft-fighting politician ups the ante against corruption.
An research energy centre has updated information on the cost of new power from wind, solar PV, baseload coal IPP, baseload Eskom coal, and nuclear power in South Africa.
Despite the rand's gradual appreciation against the dollar, further fuel price hikes are likely at the end of October, warns the Automobile Association.
SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago cautioned in April already that a cabinet inquiry about the Gupta's bank accounts could be viewed as political interference.
SA pork producers and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries are at odds over the processes involved to allow US pork shoulder cuts into the country.
South Africa will find itself in a frightening situation if political uncertainty sparks a credit rating downgrade to junk status, warns an economist.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is making a concerted effort to take on those who threaten him, according to political analyst Daniel Silke.
Britain has lost its place as one of the top-five investment destinations of choice in the wake of the country's decision to leave the European Union, according to a new survey.
The Brics nations will fast-track the setting up of their own credit-rating agency to better cater to developing economies, rivalling existing ones based in Western countries.
The leaders of five of the world's rising powers have ended a two-day summit by adopting a final declaration endorsing their commitment to act against the financing of terror groups
The world’s largest emerging markets must double trade between their countries in the next four years, says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Dutch top bank ING is moving dozens of trading jobs to London, defying expectations of an exodus of financial sector professionals from Britain because of Brexit.
Portugal will introduce a tax on real estate fortunes above €600 000 in 2017 to help pay for pensions, the government has announced.
Kazakhstan's vast offshore Kashagan oil field has produced its first crude for export, authorities in the ex-Soviet nation says, in spite of many setbacks.
Several trade unions and many protesting #FeesMustFall students have directed their anger at the wrong targets in the past week.
Environmental organisations are adamant that new power stations are not in line with emission rules.
Leading figures in the competition law arena have criticised the decision to criminalise cartel conduct through an amendment to the Competition Act, which took effect in May.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has vowed to fight the fraud charges laid against him and use the same spirit to convince credit rating agencies in the coming weeks.
Sars says it has taken measures to terminate a contract with a tax debt collection company in which Sars chief Tom Moyane's nephew is a shareholder