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Updated: 7 hours 38 min ago
New allegations have surfaced about how the Guptas' PR firm was called upon to help rescue the image of the family and President Jacob Zuma
Competition law and cracking cartels is in commissioner Tembinkosi Bonakele’s blood.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) this week obtained its first default judgment in the Pretoria High Court for outstanding e-toll debt.
Public enterprises minister wants to know why the power utility spent millions on an unapproved development project.
The SA Revenue Service seems to have misunderstood the nature of the Davis Tax Committee when it dramatically announced that it wanted Judge Dennis Davis to recuse himself.
I understand the difficulty of summarising a 40-minute speech, particularly when no written copy is distributed, but, unfortunately, the report needs some correction.
This serious offence has eroded the purpose of BEE to address historical injustices, writes Amber von Steiger.
Smaller cooldrink producers are managing to reduce sugar content from the more-or-less standard 11g per 100ml to between 7g and 8g.
UK-based Foresight Solar Fund is looking to raise about R500 million from local investors as part of a £50 million (R796 million) capital raise.
Karoo high school wins medals in Young Scientists competition.
Funeka Montjane has not only broken through the glass ceiling at Standard Bank SA’s massively glassed, ultramodern head office in Rosebank, Johannesburg – she’s simultaneously smashed all the stereotypes about women in business.
Imagine that you go to your 20-year school reunion and are catching up with old school friends. You speak to John, who says that he got a three-year qualification in mechanical engineering and now owns an engineering workshop.
Eskom and France's bi-lateral development finance institution signed a multi-tranche framework agreement of R6bn.
The warning to Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini is crystal clear: just one wrong move with grant payments and she will be held personally liable.
OUTA says a default judgment on non-payment of e-tolls does not mean e-tolls are legal.
It’s too early to make the call as to whether South Africa is still on the tightening cycle or not, says South African Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago.
The Road Accident Fund says union Numsa's claims that is in a "shambles" are "ludicrous", and maintains its reasons for embarking on a strike are unreasonable and without merit.
President Jacob Zuma has launched the Invest South Africa one-stop-shop which will create an investor-friendly environment and improve ease of doing business in the country.
President Jacob Zuma has denied any knowledge of allegations of the ANC’s reported involvement in the Swifambo tender for the procurement of locomotives by Prasa.
The last 10% of the reservoir water is unusable, and the risk is mounting that taps and pipes will stop flowing before the onset of the winter rainy season in May or June.