Drought, electricity load-shedding and public servants who are quitting are weighing down an already weak economy.
Supervision practices are in the spotlight at the regulator, after the fall of African Bank.
Abusive transfer pricing, bribery and tax evasion are contributing to the loss of more than $60-billion from unlawful money flows in Africa.
The country is ideally positioned to develop the technology and the spin-offs would be large.
After international crackdowns on forex market rigging, local authorities are following suit.
The Powerwall is still too expensive in South Africa for widespread use, but it heralds big changes to come in energy storage.
The current Regulation of Land Holdings Bill raises so many problems and questions that serious challenges are inevitable.
The platinum miner is in "constructive, transparent and progressive" talks with unions and says business's long-term fundamentals are intact.
Cellphone operators in Africa pose a threat to traditional financial service providers.
The company's choice of Bruce Hemphill as new chief executive fits in with longer-term – and more challenging – goals.