Mining and manufacturing will be worst affected because of their high-intensity electricity usage.
The minister's intentions to contain expenditure may be undermined by strikes in the civil service.
A group of magazine publishers has complained to Icasa that the post office breached its licence condition, and is looking for a new distributor.
Experts argue that one of the main obstacles to South Africa’s nuclear ambitions is the cost, even with innovative financing models.
The World Bank has praised South Africa's fiscal system, but with a number of reservations.
The collapse at the Mpumalanga power station shows how difficult it is for Eskom to meet demand.
Several factors are responsible for increased household wealth but the run is likely to end, according to a recent index.
There will be more than the results of the usual Christmas binge spending to cope with, come February.
An emotionally charged AGM at HCI sees the decades long business partnership of Marcel Golding and Johnny Copelyn formally end.
A political analyst says despite its strength in numbers, Numsa is wise to tread carefully with trade federation Cosatu.