South African President, Jacob Zuma believes that China sees the African nation as an equal business partner.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and government should not only engage on a top to bottom level, but a bottom up approach too.
Adcock Ingram has appointed Brian Joffe as non-executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company.
South African power utility, Eskom indicated that its power system remains vulnerable going into winter.
Telkom confirmed that the full amount of the irregular loan made by its CFO Jacques Schindehütte, has been recovered.
Namibia is paving the Africa alternative energy route with a recent deal that will see the country build a solar power PV plant.
Naspers Limited has announced that its CEO Koos Bekker is leaving his job but not the company.
South Africa’s Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has called for tougher action to stop illegal mining.
Eskom said on Friday the national grid remained on ‘high alert’ after the company lifted an emergency declared the previous day.
The Lusaka Stock Exchange celebrates its 20th anniversary this week, and has for years managed to provide diverse financial instruments.
Namibia has kept its repo rate unchanged and implemented a number of support structures to improve its major economic sectors.
The South African property development company announced it will be embarking on the 812 million rand Otjomuise project in Windhoek.
The Public Investment Corporation and the Bidvest Group have jointly demanded that the Adcock Ingram board appoint new company directors.
President Robert Mugabe is in Singapore for an eye operation ahead of his 90th birthday on Friday.
Despite the existence of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment legislation, changes on the ground are few and far between.
MTN plans to take ICASA to court in a bid to prevent the communication regulator’s plans to slash mobile termination rates.
Mobile operators MTN and Vodacom’s rates are still some of the highest in Africa despite recent price deductions.
Mauritius Commercial Bank's (MCB) first-half pretax profit rose 12.4 per cent to 2.99 billion rupees.
People are increasingly moving away from the obvious Valentine’s Day gifts of chocolates and roses to buy experiences online instead.
The Development Bank of Namibia plans to implement a number of changes to improve Namibia’s key business sectors.