There needs to be high levels of trust between social partners to affect change in the labour market, Chris Todd has said.
The Mandela Rhodes Foundation (MRF) celebrated a decade of educating some of Africa’s most promising future leaders over the weekend.
South Africa’s aluminium processor Hulamin says 2013 has been a good year so far despite its first half headline earnings per share down 32 per cent.
There are a number of emerging tiers between traditional in-store shopping and online shopping, Gareth Pearson has said.
Thirty per cent of South African spenders are living beyond their means due to poor savings patterns and high credit dependence.
The African Union says Zimbabwe has made significant strides towards strengthening its electoral system following the contested 2008 elections.
An increase in bad debt continues to hamper South Africa’s lending and borrowing space amid a struggling rand and economic performance.
The Bank of Zambia and the National Savings and Credit Bank have implemented a rural expansion programme to target Zambia’s unbanked.
The current high level of uncertainty in the South African economy is negatively impacting small businesses.
MTN Group Limited has promoted five senior employees into key positions to bolster its leadership structures in Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.
African Union Commission Chairperson Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has landed in Zimbabwe ahead of next week’s presidential elections.
South Africa’s June Consumer Price Index (CPI) slowed to 5.5 per cent year on year amid low growth expectations for the year.
Mauritius has special rights to its extensive ocean and plans to use these marine resources to establish an ocean economy.
Implementation of South Africa’s National Development Plan involves dealing with a lot of different dynamics, Trevor Davies has said.
South Africa’s universities have launched the Forum for Entrepreneurship Development Centres to nurture innovation in young South Africans.
Each African market is unique and you need to understand that market to operate within it, Ian Moir has said.
South Africa does not have the necessary gas-receiving infrastructure to advance the natural gas industry, Carlo Matthysen has said.
MTN's group chief financial officer Nazir Patel has resigned with immediate effect, the company confirmed on Monday.
The chief financial officer of South Africa's MTN Group has resigned with immediate effect, the mobile operator said on Monday.
Weak performance in Botswana’s mining sector has prompted GDP to slow down last year to about 4 per cent, according to the IMF.