South Africa's gender wage gap is among the world's worst, with women earning a third less on average than men.
Africans are snapping up cheap, second-hand cars but the Southern African region pays dearly for this.
Multinationals play such a large role in many nations' budgets that effective control is crucial.
Technological innovation that affects consumer behaviour and a shift to renewable energy are at the heart of the upheaval facing utilities.
It turns out defaults in China aren't such a bad thing for financial markets after all.
Power load shedding could last up to 12 hours at a time, as giant aluminium smelters consume discounted electricity with abandon.
The Balalaika hotel in Johannesburg is breaking new ground, focusing on opportunities for hearing-impaired workers.
Senior executive Harry Lekalakala resigned after being served with a precautionary suspension over allegations of corruption and gross misconduct.
The Johannesburg stock exchange's performance is on a high despite a reduction in the amount of foreign investment.
A court has ordered that draft recommendations on new credit fees must be completed by the end of April.
A new book by Deborah James illustrates how capital finds new means to exploit those most vulnerable.
A simple tool could give meteorologists access to the world's information deserts, enabling data collection from large areas of the developing world.
Reading the International Monetary Fund's half-yearly global financial stability review feels similar to watching smoking volcanoes.
Opec crude oil output has risen to its highest level in almost four years but the US shale boom is showing signs of slowing.
Country has to jack up its wi-fi connectivity and tourism businesses need to spruce up their websites if they hope to attract sophisticated tourists.
South Africa's treasury has withheld R2-billion from 60 municipalities that owe the electricity parastatal R9-billion.
Analysts and unions say the bloated unemployment insurance fund should be used to increase payouts rather than as a reason to reduce contributions.
The world's developing economies installed 60% of new wind energy capacity in 2014.
The SAHRC has for the first time exposed human rights violations across multiple local sectors.
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