Why is good business sense such a foreign concept, Lisa Steyn asks Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu.
The Reserve Bank has decided to keep interest rates on hold in the face of a deteriorating global growth outlook and load-shedding.
No control will adequately curb the harm that may be caused to citizens by online gambling, so it must remain banned, the government states.
Already four years behind schedule, the Limpopo coal power station is now only projected to be fully on line by 2019 at the earliest.
Inflation figures are good, but uncertainty over the oil price raises a question about interest rates.
IMF revised its growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa down to 4.9% from 5.8% in 2015, and SA's growth has been reduced to 2.1% from a previous 2.3%.
The inflation rate has dropped to 5.3% because of the lower oil price, but consumers shouldn’t embark on a spending frenzy just yet.
The utility’s rebate project failed to reach its target for the installation of solar systems, and the energy department will now run the initiative.
The installation of rooftop photovoltaic panels is on the rise, but South Africa is not as solar-friendly as it could be.
An economic crisis is pushing Russia into a corner, potentially forcing a mass gem sale.
The energy firm's largest investment in the United States is likely to be in jeopardy if the current conditions prevail.
State insurer Sasria saw an increase in profit last year despite platinum workers downing tools for five months.
Indigenisation Minister Christopher Mushohwe may not uphold the previous minister's empowerment credits deal with Impala Platinum's Zimbabwe unit.
Foreign investors offloaded more rand-denominated debt than what they bought last year, as demand for emerging market bonds declined.
Resource prices have plummeted this year, leaving some economies reeling in the aftermath.
Russians are frustrated with the continued fall of their currency. For some, investing in valuables is the solution.
The Film and Publication Board says no one is being sidelined and there will be ample opportunity to discuss and change the policy document.
Two rating agencies delivered some good news on Friday evening when both kept their credit ratings and outlook for South Africa unchanged.
New regulations will require investors to bear the risk of South African bank failures.
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