A liquidity crunch, a steep drop in consumer spending and uncertainty over Zimbabwe policy has seen company stocks fall for the sixth day in a row.
Gold extended its biggest drop in three weeks on prospects of further cuts to the US's quantitative easing programme.
Telkom chief executive Sipho Maseko has been ordered to attend a corporate governance course or face a R1-million fine or criminal prosecution.
Traditional safe havens such as gold are bolstered as investors seek safety amid Ukraine unrest.
This week, Stats SA is due to release the country's latest retail figures, while China will report its growth figures. Here's the economic week ahead.
South Africa's two biggest mobile phone companies will buy Nashua Mobile's 900 000 mobile subscribers after it deemed its model unsustainable.
Sky-high salaries for top executives are one thing, but shares and dividends push overall incomes far higher.
Government departments have created the most jobs in the past five years, with employees likely to earn better pay.
If President Jacob Zuma signs the regulation amendment into law, South Africa's credibility will be put at risk, say critics.
The Public Investment Corporation, South Africa's biggest stock investor, says local ownership is key for growing the economy and empowering people.
Greater public/private economic co-operation is needed for companies to deal with the fallout of climate change.
The SA firm is dismantling a US community to make way for its $21-billion shale gas plant.
The commodity giant is puportedly trying to cut debt costs by looking for a R160-billion loan.
Corruption in the chain artificially raises prices, plumping the pockets of the already rich.
Large consumers say Nersa’s new price structure exacerbates Sasol’s monopoly.
Interest rates will remain unchanged, Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus has announced, adding that the MPC's decision was split.
Motorists no longer have to fork out an extra three cents per litre on petrol and diesel as new pipeline capacity comes online.
The insurance giant is shedding some of its investments operations in Germany and Austria in order to focus on growth in Africa.
Global fast food retailers are moving into the underserved African market and following in the footsteps of a successful local entrepreneur.
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