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Walk into Pedzai Nyika’s furniture factory in Zimbabwe’s capital and he’ll offer a 20% discount straight away - provided you pay in cash.
The National Union of Mineworkers has expressed its dismay at the move by Exxaro to transform itself from a black-owned company to a black-empowered one.
Research by Oxfam shows that the wealth of three South African billionaires is equal to that of the bottom 50% of the population.
The Automobile Association has warned motorists to ready for another steep hike in fuel prices at the end of January.
Eskom has suspended planned supply interruptions to three more municipalities after reaching payment agreements with them.
The 2.9% growth rate mentioned in the ANC's January 8 anniversary statement refers to sub-Saharan Africa and SA's growth rate will rise to 1.3% in 2017, says the presidency.
The gap between rich and the poor is widening, with the world’s richest eight men owning the same wealth as the poorest half of the world, new research reveals.
Eskom has suspended power cuts to five municipalities, who together with others, owe Eskom R10.2bn in debt.
The timing of the release of the public protector's report on Absa bank raises questions about whether it is politically motivated.
US President-elect Donald Trump's first foreign trip will be a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Winning back the public’s trust is but one of many challenges facing the new Sanral CEO. But is he up to the task?
This week’s short-lived sit-in by about 1 700 employees of Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine in Carletonville, western Johannesburg, has tested the gold mining company’s relationship with Amcu.
This year could be a bumper one for South Africa’s renewable energy programme as prices could drop if the sector can sort out its problems with Eskom.
Eskom will be at a crossroads in 2017. This year will see the utility define an energy policy that will shape its future for the next two decades as it faces increasing financial pressure.
Treasury’s phasing out of low-cost primary healthcare has been censured for keeping the public locked into expensive plans
But employment levels bear no relationship to a country’s welfare. The working poor are the majority of employed in sub-Saharan Africa
To pay or not to pay, seems to be the big question when considering the high cost of attending South Africa's most expensive private schools.
Acting Eskom CEO Matshela Koko says the utility will support major growth in the renewable energy sector from 2021, when he believes prices will come down.
The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union has lashed out at Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, while defending Sars boss Tom Moyane.
A new initiative aims to kickstart a series of important conversations about South Africa's brand identity.