Empowerment shareholders believe the damning Myburgh report lends weight to their case against the former bank’s holding company and directors.
Each year the average South African loses R7 100 in productivity because they’re stuck in traffic, according to navigation company TomTom.
Sales figures could be used to figure out who makes up the elusive middle class but not everyone agrees.
Municipal IQ, a body that collects data on protests staged against municipalities says the number of demonstrations are worrisome.
To be competitive, industries need reliable energy, affordable and productive labour and protection against unfair foreign trade policies.
The president's persistent scandals and missteps are undermining the efforts of the finance minister to avoid the country's plunge into junk status.
The telecommunications giant has raised its revenue targets and is investing in data services as smartphone usage rises in its markets.
The more inclusive the consensus on how to manage oil resources in truly democratic ways, the better for investors’ profit in the long term.
The board members of Abil were negligent and reckless, according to advocate John Myburgh's now-public report.
The organisation’s new chief has been called many things but there’s no doubting his determination to turn things around.
There's been an explosion of cheaper smartphones that are affordable to most people and offering many high-end features. But are they smart enough?
The local fuel price is determined by far more than just the international price of raw crude.
Reserve Bank notes major recent shocks to economy, but says our banks could withstand a ratings downgrade.
The high-profile case against Vodacom has cast a spotlight on litigation financiers.
Franchisees claim the firm failed to provide crucial information, in breach of consumer protection regulations.
South Africa remains at significant risk of having its debt downgraded to non-investment status, says the Reserve Bank.
Previously outed Australian entrepreneur confirms he's the creator of the original bitcoin software.
If South Africa cannot use trade policy to help our country grow its productive base, then what purpose does it serve?
As the global coal industry contracts - with Peabody Energy the latest to go under - experts say local producers won't feel the shock waves just yet.