Christo Wiese is just one of a number of potential buyers who've been refunded their deposits to buy rhino from SANParks.
New data has shown that the manufacturing sector has contracted for the fifth month in a row, while new vehicle sales came under pressure yet again.
Despite tough times of late for South Africa's platinum sector the Public Investment Corporation is betting on the precious metals' comeback.
Central banks in Europe, the UK, Japan, Egypt and Kenya are among those expected to announce policy decisions in the week ahead.
Emerging-market stocks are on a winning streak as slow recovery in the developed world offsets concerns over geopolitical tensions.
The healthcare company has posted a loss in the wake of a failed stock offer.
Treasury will consider partnerships with the private sector to extend some of SA's infrastructure build despite it being politically impossible.
GDP data is expected to show SA rebounded from a contraction but there still remains little momentum to spur economic growth.
From SA and the US’s growth figures to China’s big bank earnings, here is your guide to this week's economic highlights.
Moody's ratings downgrade of South Africa's four big banks cast the rescue of African Bank in a very different light.
The small electronics industry body is accusing two of its heads of being 'empowerment raiders'.
The world's biggest mining company has announced a demerger, while Glencore has been buying up its own shares.
A dispute over union membership numbers is holding up the extension of the wage agreement.
Economist Kevin Lings highlights agricultural disappointments in an extract from his book 'The Missing Piece: Solving South Africa's Economic Puzzle'.
Despite a slow economy, the clothing retailer has seen its loss narrow by some R200-million as refurbished shops draw consumers back in.
Resources giant BHP Billiton plans a demerger in order to streamline and simplify its operations and South African assets are on the chopping block.
The International Air Transport Association claims bans of flights out of countries suffering the spread of the disease are unnecessary.
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.
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