The ANC has said retirement savings may be the answer to the state-owned power utility's woes.
Support is growing in Australia for a parliamentary investigation into oversupply of the metal as prices continue to fall.
Cuba has found a Florida bank to handle its business in Washington, removing the last impediment to conducting financial transactions in the US.
A labour market report released by the Solidarity Research Institute on Tuesday showed deteriorating levels of job security in South Africa.
Unemployment in South Africa is one of the highest in the world – and employers are struggling more than ever to fill skilled positions.
Unless suspended chief executive Tshediso Matona goes quietly, there will be an ugly spectacle over who's the boss.
The current Regulation of Land Holdings Bill raises so many problems and questions that serious challenges are inevitable.
The labour department wants the troubled Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers' Union to be put under administration.
The Powerwall is still too expensive in South Africa for widespread use, but it heralds big changes to come in energy storage.
There seems to be a link between Eskom's loadshedding and bouts of xenophobic violence.
The biggest global bond rout in two years has put investors in a dangerous place: challenging the world's most influential central banks.
The commissioner's report is complete but there was no word of whether it would give rise to charges.
But a fiscal consolidation plan should ease the pressure on the country's currency in the longer term.
Cellphone operators in Africa pose a threat to traditional financial service providers.
Technology Innovation Agency chief executive Barlow Manilal has a plan to fix the beleaguered science and technology department organisation.
The state's mooted industrialisation plan has been welcomed, albeit with reservations.
But efficiency and sustainability are still at odds with the way in which our cities work when it comes to power.
The company's choice of Bruce Hemphill as new chief executive fits in with longer-term – and more challenging – goals.
Both are urgently required and the solutions to housing provision and job creation are relatively simple.
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