China is a proxy for resource companies and claims it is stable – so why the panic?
Many people become so frustrated by the bloated fund's inefficiencies that they simply give up trying to claim their benefits.
Rosatom can do it, but President Jacob Zuma and Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson's rush to go nuclear has been reckless.
Naspers's market valuation has grown by 440% in the past five years as a result of its stake in Chinese tech company Tencent.
A draft Bill aims to bring the growing threat of cybercrime into the open and provide the legal means to fight it.
The Brazilian economy is in a downward spiral, and some analysts see worrying parallels in South Africa.
The Reserve Bank's involvement in resuscitating the collapsed bank is not without a conflict of interests, but no one's complaining.
The homestay website has taken off in South Africa, with locals opening up their houses to visitors to make extra cash.
AB InBev is considering a takeover of SABMiller to consolidate its position in a market facing the increased popularity of indie craft beers.
It's a no-brainer that more women need to work, prompting the launch of a new G20-linked group.
Competition and economic stagnation coupled with the new visa requirements have put profits on ice for the airline.
If the government, business and labour can agree on a way forward, low growth can be overcome.
Unfair revenue-sharing in the Southern African Customs Union is getting worse, writes Roman Grynberg.
The Group of 20 has acknowledged that it is not an island and that the youth have to be employed.
While business backs a minimum wage, the effect on the economy is a matter of concern.
The weak rand and lack of rain are increasing farmers' input costs, which will largely be passed on in the form of an increase in food prices.
Africa's farming potential is huge and the continent has a hungry and ballooning population to feed.
A delay in policy directive is raising the stakes in the telecommunications sector's battle for high-speed spectrum.
Automated trading systems are designed to panic and may explain Monday's historic low.
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