The Film and Publications Board has selectively released a contentious draft policy for original content distributed online in South Africa.
For starters, the utility's overreliance on diesel turbines will hurt it financially in the short and long term.
With Steinhoff trading at a discount, the Pepkor swop has given Christo Wiese long-term value.
Banks issued bail-in bonds hoping pension funds would buy them, but hedge funds, private banks and retail investors have snapped them up.
Chinese students studying in the US are converting Americans to the enormously popular mobile messaging app.
Africa's largest company saw first-half earnings increase by 39%, owing partly to interests in emerging markets such as China and Russia.
The holders of preference shares are at risk of losing their capital - but now there is an offer to acquire all of them.
There are concerns that the impact of unemployment, load-shedding and industrial action will take its toll on economic growth in the new year.
The big item on this week’s domestic data docket is South Africa’s latest growth figures. Here is your guide.
By closing the tax gap, South Africa can reap billions of rands to benefit the economy.
The recent G20 summit presented the Brics countries with an opportunity to fast-track plans for the establishment of a joint financial institution.
A range of crucial economic factors will have a bearing on the monetary policy committee’s decision to be announced on Thursday.
The Reserve Bank’s final rates decision of the year and October’s inflation report are the big items on South Africa’s economic calendar this week.
Many public servants appear to have resigned to get their funds before the law changes.
Unions had stopped growing at the same pace as the workforce long before Numsa's exit from trade union federation Cosatu.
Cosatu’s proposed minimum is being taken seriously because of its place in government.
A ploy to soften up Russia and Iran might inflict collateral damage on its own shale industry.
With South African Airways in desperate need of a cash injection, an industry expert says the airline must either "shed jobs or "increase routes".
Moody's is the second ratings agency in 2014 to downgrade South Africa and Fitch, analysts warn, could very well do the same next month.
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