The labour minister's decision to review the earnings threshold -- which decides who enjoys certain employment benefits -- has surprised lawyers.
South Africa has secured over 200 international conferences, which Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk says will provide a boost of R1.6-billion.
ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa says certainty on the issue of nationalisation is needed and this can only happen by having a unified voice.
More litigation around the fair value of offers could be seen due to the takeover regulations of the new Companies Act, say attorneys.
New forms of fraud are emerging that are making bank cyber fraud even more lucrative than the drug trade, says an auditing expert.
The latest survey done on retirement shows a positive trend in South Africa of retirement savings having reached their highest levels in a decade.
MTN is positioned to take advantage of opportunistic deal-making activity due to the high levels of cash on its books, the company has said.
New projects in Africa are expected to enjoy strong growth from next year, with inflows of foreign direct investment forecast to reach US$150-billion.
Incoming Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus faces her first test as the market expects a decision on the dates of MPC meetings to be held in 2010.
South Africa's Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, said on Tuesday that he is concerned about the strong and uncompetitive levels of the rand.