The Chamber of Mines and National Union of Mineworkers have a case to answer about Ubank's reckless lending.
The high cost of Eskom using diesel turbines to provide electricity has to be weighed against the cost of load-shedding to the economy.
As solidarity begins to fade in the currency zone, it is clear that permanence was never a guarantee.
Seven years of sacrifices and one austerity measure after another have finally brought the people of Greece to a crossroads.
Labour wants to improve the income of low-paid workers, but business has warned against instituting a minimum wage in an adverse economic climate.
The Basel III global reforms to strengthen bank supervision and regulation are kicking in, affecting how finance can operate elsewhere in Africa.
Investors have been putting their money into cash-like securities to avoid losses.
A new treaty makes it more difficult for companies to take advantage of tax loopholes to avoid their financial obligations.
Independent renewable energy producers are surpassing government promises, with 40 projects already connected to the grid and 50 more in the pipeline.
Troubled mining companies want workers to buy into a social compact to "share the pain as well as the gain".
The friction between different schools of socialist thinking has produced more light than heat for South Africa.
ECB president Mario Draghi willingly giving Greece negotiating room while cash drains from the banking system has riled those who had a tougher ride.
South Africa saw a dramatic slow-down in foreign direct investment flows in 2014, mirroring the experience of the rest of the globe.
Boipatong struggles to breathe and residents say the steel mill is to blame. But ArcelorMittal says it is not responsible for their health problems.
The United States wants South Africa to make concessions on animal health rules for poultry, pork and beef before trade can resume.
The Competition Commission inquiry into the grocery retail sector goes beyond exclusive property clauses.
A government research initiative aims to tackle executives' preposterous salaries to rectify the country's skewed income distribution.
The farming sector is growing and facing major changes that increasingly require more skilled labour.
Banks have paid $150-billion collectively in fines, but critical reforms must continue, says Bank of England governor Mark Carney.
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