Resources giant BHP Billiton plans a demerger in order to streamline and simplify its operations and South African assets are on the chopping block.
South Africa, Nigeria and the UK are expected to release consumer inflation figures and the US will give an update on housing data this week.
Capitec Bank has come out fighting against what it believes is a kneejerk downgrade of its credit rating in the wake of the African Bank's collapse.
Analysts have asked why regulators did not act sooner to avert the African Bank crisis.
The firestorms that flare up in Mpumalanga during the dry season can turn forestry, farming and conservation princes into paupers.
Weak consumer demand, elevated input costs and even industrial action may lead to job cuts over the next year, says an employer organisation.
The platinum miner seeks to up its production in expectation of a deficit on platinum supply from 2018 onward.
The worst outbreak of the virus to date and the efforts to contain it will impact African economies.
The economy may have dipped into recession, and interest rates and unemployment are rising, but the residential prices continues to grow.
But scientists have not ruled out blasting as a cause for the country-wide quake last week as the Council for Geoscience investigates further.
The Reserve Bank has placed the sinking lender under curatorship in a bid to save investors.
Retail figures from South Africa and the US are some of the headline announcements expected this week.
Critics are concerned the Bapo ba Mogale are being short-changed with its new equity deal.
New draft regulations may limit products that fill a gap for those unable to afford medical aid.
The treasury and energy departments in particular are gunning for former finance minister Trevor Manuel to head the cash-strapped power utility.
Head of the country's largest unsecured lender, Leon Kirkinis, has stepped down with immediate effect as the bank plans a capital increase.
Experts say falling liquidity raises the risk that it will be more difficult to sell the bonds in the event of any deterioration in sentiment.
The US will host most African leaders at a three-day summit focusing on trade, investment, security and governance issues.
On the cards is the building of 1.5-million homes for the elderly, poor and child-headed households.
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