Jo'burg born and bred, Lisa Steyn couldn’t imagine a more exciting time or place to be a journalist.When denied a spot to study graphic design, she wouldn’t have guessed it was really a stroke of luck. Steyn instead took up journalism as a fall-back option not expecting the course to lead to a career as a reporter. While at the University of Pretoria she also majored in English and Visual Communication and went on to acquire an honours in journalism from Wits University. She came on board the Mail & Guardian's business team at the end of 2011, but was already a familiar face at the publication after taking part in its internship programme in 2010.
Eskom is in trouble – with seemingly nowhere to turn. The utility is in a funding crisis but government will no longer foot the bill.
If President Jacob Zuma signs the regulation amendment into law, South Africa's credibility will be put at risk, say critics.
While e-tolling has not yet won support from the likes of Cosatu, it has won over many users, says Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.
Far from hurting the platinum miner, protracted labour action could put the firm on a better footing.
With no end in sight for Amcu's strike in the platinum sector, an analyst has predicted producers will "implement extreme measures" to break protests.
The Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa has lodged an official objection to Jacob Zuma's candidacy for presidency in the May elections.
Large consumers say Nersa’s new price structure exacerbates Sasol’s monopoly.
Interest rates will remain unchanged, Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus has announced, adding that the MPC's decision was split.
Amplats is just the first of the three major producers Amcu expects a response from after delivering a list of mineworkers' grievances.
The mining company has risen from obscurity to become a formidable force in the industry.