South Africa has the potential and the capacity to be able to facilitate innovation, the CEO of General Electric South Africa has said.
The Southern region of Africa has driven increased Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows into the continent, according to RisCura.
South Africa could soon see the proposed Private Security Industry Regulation Amendment Bill posing threats to the ailing economy.
Zimbabwe's economy is collapsing with visible signs in declining social services while economic growth predicted at two per cent this year.
The International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) could soon raise tariffs on European Union chicken imports.
South Africa’s Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene says, the country’s progress requires more collaborative partnerships.
Pembani Group has announced the appointment of Kennedy Bungane as its chief executive officer (CEO), with effect from 1 August 2014.
South Africa’s Alexander Forbes says that it learned many valuable lessons during its time as a private equity consortium.
South Africa’s retail industry continues to show signs of innovation as companies begin to find unique means of providing a service.
South Africa’s sports ministry is targeting over 27,000 schools in sports infrastructural development and ensuring racial transformation.
Peregrine Holdings is looking to acquire 50 per cent of South African corporate finance and advisory business, Java Capital.
Offering citizenship as a means of attracting wealthy investors into South Africa can be seen as strong opportunity for economic growth.
Botswana needs to diversify its economy if the country’s populace is to remain relevant in the changing economic and labour dynamics.
South Africa’s hospitality industry is expected to have significant gain in the next five years despite current economic headwinds.
If South Africa’s new security industry bill is passed, it could be institutionalising regulations that can be deemed as unconstitutional.
The International Monetary Fund has approved 47.1 million dollars in emergency funds to Madagascar under the Rapid Credit Facility.
South Africa has slipped by two places in the business environment rankings but remained as the best graded country in sub-Saharan Africa.
Young South Africans are investing in their generation through skills development programmes such as Diepsloot Youth Projects.
Property listings have begun to populate the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) as the sector attempts to maximise capital on the bourse.
President Jacob Zuma has promised to confront the three challenges facing the economy during his state of the nation address.