It’s a matter of deciphering the acronyms, but the crouton in the financial alphabet soup is the EAC
It’s not often that Bible verses and Dickens are quoted in the same speech, especially when the speech is to outline the medium-term budget
The finance minister has vowed to tackle rampant corruption and municipal dysfunction
New middlemen mean today’s investors are paying more fees than previous generations
Shutting down mobile and internet services is costing several African countries millions
Small differences in fund management fees can be an investment killer in the long term
With so many unbanked citizens and alternative approaches to money, there’s plenty of room for innovation
Although the individual increases are not large, they add up to a real squeeze.
The lights are going out but the power utility defends its generous pay to its executives.
State insurer Sasria saw an increase in profit last year despite platinum workers downing tools for five months.
Nicole Fritz and Priti Patel’s young institution has recently scored major victories in protecting the rights of people in Southern Africa
Hedge funds are being excluded from the treasury’s plan for a tax-free savings account.
The potential of mobile-linked banking transactions is huge – but they must be cheap.
Analysts say the company’s biggest shareholders cannot afford to let it fail.
Online shopping is increasing rapidly in South Africa, but financiers need deep pockets.
A Stats SA survey has shown that social grants assist 30.2% of South Africans, with 45.5% of households receiving at least one grant.
Ngoako Ramatlhodi’s softer stance towards Amcu, in comparison to other government officials, could be the reason for his hasty exit from wage talks.
How debt-saddled leaders are escaping public scrutiny of their liabilities to the taxman.
The company behind the car-summoning Uber is expanding its global reach.
Eskom has released two warnings within hours: switch off non-essential appliances or face load shedding; and prepare for another rate hike.
Elections may be the political event of the year, but as far as financial analysts are concerned it’s a snooze-worthy affair on the economic calendar.
The "Find & Fix" mobile app will assist citizens to report potholes, faulty traffic lights and any other infrastructure issues related to the JRA.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has launched the office of the tax ombud, which will be run by retired judge Bernard Ngoepe.
A recently published book shows the top-paid chief executive in the country earned R190-million in 2012 – almost 2 400 times the average salary.
Once, having a smartphone had snob value. Now you can get one for as little as R500, and the choices are increasing.
Fractures in Cosatu and Numsa’s ambitions could see increased disputes and spiralling strike action.
Some of the ANC’s National Assembly nominees did not deserve to be on the list, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s final Budget speech before elections in May is a masterplan to please the masses.
Parliament is considering clamping down on lenders charging illegal rates.
It seems 2014 will be a tough year for consumers, and economists say one can only expect respite sometime in 2015.
The mining companies are enjoying some respite from the effects of the latest strike.
Does SA’s economy need a spoonful of medicine to make our sugar intake go down?