South Africa's central bank raised interest rates on Wednesday for the first time in about six years.
South Africa's short term interest rate rises sharply.
Anglo American Platinum Limited managed to sustain production levels despite past industrial action in South Africa’s platinum sector.
Taste Holding Limited has announced the acquisition of Western Cape chicken takeaway business Zebro’s.
Zambia’s Luapula Province could be the next investment destination in resources and a renewed tourism destination.
South Africa’s Competition Commission has approved the sale of vacant land in Modderfontein to Shanghai Zendai Property Limited.
White collar crime in South Africa is set to continue if prosecuting frameworks for such sophisticated crimes are not set up soon.
The Competition Commission plans to address anti-competitiveness between retailers despite concluding its exclusive lease agreements probe.
The South African National Road Agency’s call centre experienced its second evacuation in a week.
As the massive platinum strike enters its second day, police report violent incidents.
MTN Zakhele announced that trading in ordinary shares in the R13.8 billion broad based black economic empowerment scheme is set to resume.
Social spending should be approached more holistically and less philanthropically for more sustainable change.
Technocrats can be valuable political and industry leaders that provide a holistic approach to economic and production challenges.
Health minister Aaron Motsoaledi has accused a number of pharmaceutical companies of trying to change crucial health policies.
The construction industry in Namibia should see strong, output-driven growth in 2014.
Lonmin, Impala Platinum and Anglo American Platinum have released a joint statement declaring that a strike will not benefit workers.
People constantly set themselves up for failure by trying to stick to complex New Year’s resolutions.
Global ratings agency Fitch upgraded South African power utility Eskom’s national rating from AA+ to AAA.
Chinese investment is rising in South Africa but one must be careful of exaggerated investment figures, Martyn Davies had said.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe appeared in public for the first time in several weeks on Monday to mourn the death of his sister.