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.
South African motorists will feel the pain in their pockets from July 1 when fuel prices are set to jump for the third time this year.
Troubled mining companies want workers to buy into a social compact to "share the pain as well as the gain".
A new treaty makes it more difficult for companies to take advantage of tax loopholes to avoid their financial obligations.
A slower pace of credit extension has been observed for all credit types, the National Credit Regulator said on Thursday.
The United States wants South Africa to make concessions on animal health rules for poultry, pork and beef before trade can resume.
Five years on, experts weigh up the true value of South Africa hosting the scandal-plagued football World Cup tournament.
Financial results from the African Bank reveal a R9.3-billion loss.
The rush of investors and selective breeding is unnerving the established hunting market, but market forces will prevail.
The Companies Act requires directors to act in good faith and in a company's best interests.
Can government afford to reconsider the imposition of a fee for pollution given the economic stresses that the country is currently facing?