PricewaterhouseCoopers has announced that it has signed a conditional merger with corporate consultancy group Booz & Co.
Police say the motive for yesterday's shooting which killed Lawrence Moepi, a forensic services director at an auditing firm, is still unknown.
Although South African mines are holding their own globally, they face unique cost challenges.
The global aim is to decrease greenhouse gas emissions, which are largely the result of burning fossil fuels.
The latest Banana Skins survey has shown South African banks are concerned about the costs of fighting fraud and economic crime.
The world is going digital and as it does it is dragging the media and entertainment sectors with it, whether they are prepared for it or not.
The jury is still out on mining shale gas: will the economic benefits outweigh the environmental concerns?
PricewaterhouseCoopers on Thursday cautioned publishers and retailers to act quickly to secure positions in the ebook and e-reader market.
Three-quarters of South Africa's family-owned businesses believe family ties helped them through the recession, according to a PwC survey released.
Nguyen Ngoc Quang recalls the moment he fell foul of the darker side of Vietnam's much-lauded economic miracle.
When your high-profile divorce hits the media, it may hurt your company. Here's why.
Investigations into the allegedly corrupt dealings of Intaka Holdings have moved to Limpopo, where the company also had contracts.
Indian police on Tuesday searched the offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers, the auditors of the troubled outsourcing giant Satyam Computers.
South Africa's automotive market is not insulated from the global economic churn and credit squeeze, PricewaterhouseCoopers said on Monday.
Newly appointed Director General of Agriculture, Njabulo Nduli, is understood to be leading the charge against Mohlahlane.
Lynley Donnelly investigates the reasons behind the quadrupling of the prices of commodities.
Soaring costs eroded the revenues of mining companies in 2007, a report released by PricewaterhouseCoopers on Tuesday indicated.
Australian businessman John Stratton is fighting South Africa's plans to have him extradited in connection with the murder of mining magnate Brett Kebble. Currently living in Perth, Stratton is wanted by the Scorpions as an alleged co-conspirator in the brutal murder of mining magnate Brett Kebble in September 2005.
The disbanding of the Scorpions will protect corrupt and criminal politicians from prosecution, the deputy director of Public Prosecutions warned on Thursday. The Directorate of Special Operations, also known as the Scorpions, would lose its ability to independently investigate government officials if it was incorporated into the police, said Billy Downer, SC.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and the South African Police Service are hard at work repairing their relationship ahead of a planned merger with the Scorpions, NPA acting head Mokotedi Mpshe said on Wednesday. "We're focusing primarily on salvaging whatever relations there are," Mpshe told reporters in Johannesburg.