The Employment Tax Incentive Act was signed into law by South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday.
Zimbabwe's economy should grow 6.4 per cent in 2014.
Power generation capacity could be the missing key factor in South Africa’s energy space at the moment.
SABMiller announced that chairman, Graham Mackay, died on Tuesday morning following illness.
Adcock Ingram shareholders agreed to postpone a vote on a sweetened 1.2 billion US dollars takeover offer from CFR to next month.
Consumers should query store card charges and fees if they are not told about them initially.
MTN Zakhele has made a few changes to its systems following the pushing back of its trading.
With South Africa’s challenging economic landscape, festive shoppers will be more price conscious than ever before.
Chile's CFR Pharmaceuticals accused South Africa's state pension fund of 'protectionism' within the Adcock Ingram deal.
The eulogy by President Jacob Zuma at the State Funeral of the late former President of South Africa, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.
The speech by Ahmed Kathrada at the state funeral of former president Nelson Mandela in Qunu.
Mandela's burial ends 10 days of mourning with a 21-gun salute for the nation's first black and democratically elected president.
CFR Pharmaceuticals has announced an increase in the offer consideration payable to Adcock Ingram ordinary shareholders.
Philip Broadley, group finance director at Old Mutual PLC, has notified the group that he intends to leave sometime during 2014.
Franchise restaurant Spur Corporation has bought the Hussar Grill steakhouse chain for 35 million rand in cash.
FORBES AFRICA’s Jay Caboz writes about the long wait to view the body of South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela.
The death of former South African President Nelson Mandela has brought the country's business community together.
"I'm a sign language champion," says Nelson Mandela's memorial signer after experts accused him of being a fake sign language interpreter.
Namibia's central bank left its main lending rate unchanged at 5.5 per cent.
Accelerate Property Fund has listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange today with a market capitalisation of 3.11 billion rand.