Lloyd Gedye is the Mail & Guardian's business and arts reporter.
Cross-border financial regulations are being relaxed to make doing business in Africa easier.
The continent is becoming hot stuff as traditional instruments take over dance floors across the world.
SAA, Alexkor and Denel have been singled out in a Budget Review document for poor performance.
The state has been caught between a brick and a hard place in its crackdown on long-running cartels in South Africa’s construction industry.
The entire continent is open for business, due to improved governance and political stability
Swaziland is gearing up for its annual Bushfire festival, which boasts an eclectic line-up from all corners of Africa – and beyond.
Nakhane Toure’s debut album is the sound of a young artist trying to establish his place in the world — and it sounds mesmerising.
Zambia has been prevented from collecting $27-million in tax revenue by the aggressive tax practices of the Associated British Foods multinational.
More than 60 companies may have fallen victim to industry collusion, opening the door to civil cases and related lawsuits.
Affidavits reveal how taxpayers helped to settle Safa's debt for the upgrading of Soccer city in preparation for the 2010 soccer World Cup.