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Hong Kong-based company will start building a $50bn waterway next month, despite opposition from farmers and environmentalists.
Eskom has declined to comment on what it called rumours of a crack in one of the remaining coal storage silos at its Majuba power station in Mpumalanga.
Many South Africans are getting fed up with the ANC's nonsense, says Mzwandile Jacks.
The weakening current account deficit and rising public debt highlights the need for fiscal consolidation, says Gauteng finance MEC Barbara Creecy.
Growth in the gambling industry moderated in 2013 with higher payout rates in certain sectors, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report.
The ANC is set to help the embattled Cosatu deal with the internal struggles which have divided the trade union federation.
South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has indicated that future interest rate increases will depend on domestic and international factors.
The real value of recorded building plans passed, at constant 2010 prices, increased by 2.2% year-on-year during January to September this year, Statistics SA says.
The SA Communist Party has asked for bilateral meetings with Cosatu and the ANC to discuss unity in the trade union federation.
MEC Panyaza Lesufi has defended the Gauteng education department following a report that it spent at least R10m on forensic audits.
Eskom has warned on that the power system is under heavy pressure as a result of technical problems.
Britain has pledged up to $1.13bn to a United Nations fund to help poor nations cope with global warming, the government says.
SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago's has left the repo rate unchanged at 5.75% after the Monetary Policy Committee unanimously agreed on the way forward.
Russian wells will freeze if they stop pumping oil, and the country has no capacity to store the output it would otherwise export as oil prices slump globally.
New SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has announced that the repo rate will remain on hold at 5.75%, citing concern over inflation and a sluggish economy.
Zimbabwean ministers will participate in the Zimbabwe Trade and Investment Executive Breakfast Meeting in Johannesburg to promote investment opportunities.
Credit and debit card fraud has seen a sharp upward spike as fraudsters prowl for holiday shoppers and an expert provides some handy tips for consumers.
Edward Ingram presents his ideas on how to create a more stable global economy.
Merely a stern warning by the Reserve Bank that it is ready to hike interest rates if events and data warrant action should suffice for now, says an economist.
Botswana and South Africa need to focus on key economic projects that can change the livelihoods of citizens in both two countries, says president Jacob Zuma.