South Africa's 20 years of democracy have seen slow economic transformation, this is according to industry experts.
Electricity remains the main source of income for a number of municipalities, this is according to the latest QFSM report.
South Africa’s Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) may be in need of a more commercial board, according to former CEO, Ketso Gordhan.
The non-agriculture formal employment has surged by 155,000 jobs in the second quarter, the Quarterly Employment Statistics survey reported.
CNBC Africa’s annual All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLAs) returns to award leaders in the Southern Africa region.
The process to appoint South Africa’s new central bank governor is underway, but government will not rush through it as it still has time.
Thomas Moyane, the new commissioner of SARS is set to face headwinds as he takes over at a time when the South African economy is strained.
Angola’s retail sector is set to grow by eight per cent in 2015 due to the country’s rapidly expanding middle class.
South Africa's producer price inflation slowed more than expected to 7.2 percent year-on-year in August, from 8 percent in July.
South Africa’s Company and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has warned state owned companies to take their governance role seriously.
The Institute of Security Studies (ISS) has called on police to improve their reporting system regarding crimes in the country.
Thomas Moyane has been appointed as the new South African Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner, with effect from 27 September 2014.
Group Five Limited has appointed Eric Vemer as the company’s new chief executive officer.
The latest EY/Bureau for Economic Research (BER) Retail Survey point to a modest recovery in volume growth during the third quarter.
South Africa’s poor are being strained by the country’s high electricity tariffs, this is according to energy analyst Chris Yelland.
Ketso Gordhan has resigned as chief executive director and as executive director from leading cement supplier PPC.
The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) has urged local businesses to look for opportunities beyond borders.
Cruising offers exciting activities, exotic new horizons, a wonderful choice for romance and relaxation, this is according to Flight Centre.
High net worth individuals in South Africa, as well as around the world, may be looking to relocate in the next five years.
The risk of one becoming a victim of identity theft in South Africa seems to be highest at financial institutions.