The women’s league wants Thandi Modise to be the party’s deputy president
The continent’s football boss wants to be remembered as the architect of a great African football renaissance
Miners of rare metals will score but the soaring oil price will result in various cost-of-living increases
A child was among the dead, while 38 were injured as fans attempted to enter the Olembe Stadium where the hosts Cameroon were playing the Comoros, according to figures released by the country’s health ministry.
The 2021 tournament dates have changed twice, first because of fears that torrential seasonal rains could affect the tight schedule, and then because of the pandemic.
The people need to remove their blinkers and reclaim their minds to achieve a better future
Some say it will bring more funds and other development opportunities to football on the continent, but others remain sceptical and deeply suspicious of Fifa’s true motives.
For 13 years, the former residents have battled with Nkomati mine over the relocation of graves and the destruction of cattle kraals and homesteads
Mashaba’s one-year-old party comes in second behind the ANC’s income, but ahead of the DA
Given the slow pace of change in mining and other sectors, some analysts have raised concerns that the ruling will cause empowerment efforts to unravel
While Standard Bank and FNB ward off fintech disruptors, their digital-only competitors battle on the fringes
Additional energy will take demand pressure off Eskom’s strained supply, but the downside will be a reduction in revenue for the power utility
The Motsepe family has called on corporations with financial means to exercise “ubuntu” by contributing money to assist the government to combat the spread of Covid-19
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Self-made billionaire Patrice Motsepe embraces disruption and renewables in growth strategy
Dames stepped down from the task team appointed by the president barely a week after it was announced amid conflict of interest claims
Stability demands that those who are brutally excluded must be given a meaningful voice
A new company has launched a service that seriously challenges those of the major mobile operators
It’s in the early morning that things catch up with you and force you to seek relief
ARC did not say what they paid for the 90% of the shares. The bank has not officially launched yet
Mining magnate Patrice Motsepe says government should go a step further to lure investors to the country
EFF leader Julius Malema has accused businessman Patrice Motsepe of being a state capture threat.
Seeing Barça live was riveting but some say, next time, football’s elite could be put to better use
The La Liga champion’s visit is seen as a major score not just for the Pretoria club, but South African football as a whole
Sinayo Securities celebrated its success as the only JSE listed company that had been black-owned and women-led at its inception
African Rainbow Minerals will no longer use the auditing company after continued allegations over the lawfulness of KPMG’s conduct.
Mining tycoon Patrice Motsepe reportedly has his sights set on being a major player in the banking sector.
A weaker rand has help profits at Patrice Motsepe’s mining company rise despite a fall in iron ore prices.
Sky-high salaries for top executives are one thing, but shares and dividends push overall incomes far higher.
The Financial Mail has reported that the billionaire is planning to start a financial-services company.
Poverty-stricken villagers wait in vain for development promised to them by African Rainbow Minerals, which pledged to provide houses and roads.
South Africa’s mining magnate Patrice Motsepe has plans to invest in the West African country’s iron ore industry, he has told reporters.