Recent policy reversals have left investors optimistic about the country but more is needed to ensure long-term growth
South Africa is less likely to suffer but investors will look for the elusive factor — growth
The Eastern giant must assume responsibilities, cognisant of the interconnectedness of the world
China’s stocks have risen as government struggles to halt a $5-trillion rout and the world’s second-largest economy shows signs of a sharper slowdown.
China’s stocks plunged the most since 2007 as government support measures failed to allay investor concerns that a slowdown is deepening.
Beijing says its move on the yuan is all about its own economy. But if you live in Africa, you might want to buckle up.
China’s decision to let its yuan weaken by the most in two decades is stressing policymakers who fear it could create a "race to the bottom" in Asia.
Despite global concern over China’s economic growth, the country says it has "great potential" and "high resilience".
Africa can expect to witness more incidences of state-sponsored domestic violence, as Chinese aid increases, a new study shows.
Uganda will invite "only Chinese companies" to fill R85-billion of contracts to expand its railway network.
Report shows that local governments owe almost R31.6-trillion.
The rand was one of the worst performing major currencies as demand for China’s manufactured goods declined.
Though growth has slowed, its economic surge has resulted in improvements for millions.
The rand declined as South Africa’s largest trading partner China, shows signs of a sustained economic slowdown.
The rand fell and bond yields rose on Monday morning, as lower commodity prices reflected soft Chinese industrial production figures.
The June figures marked the lowest reading since November last year, when purchasing managers’ index hit 49%, according to previously released data.
The first myth is that China is an export economy. It is not, writes Patrick Collinson.
Guarded documents about trips, one of which was leaked to the <i>M&G</i>, reveal the seriousness with which the party takes the "China way"
China overtook Japan as the world’s second-largest economy earlier this year, marking another milestone in the country’s transformation.
Around 20-million migrant workers have returned to the Chinese countryside after failing to find work in the cities because of the economic downturn.
Websites and blogs popular among China’s young generation extol the virtues of frugality as the global financial crisis bites the country’s economy
No more them and us, with a farewell to American supremacy — China is to be biggest beneficiary of change.
Less demand for exports is hurting GDP growth, Graeme Wearden and David Stanway report.
China is proving a much more effective player in Africa than South Africa, writes Lynley Donnelly.
Taking discarded copper pipes was once the preserve of the petty thief, but now there’s big money in copper theft, reports Aida Edemariam from London.