Anti-crime forum to combat S.Africa's spate of mall robberies

An anti-crime forum has been formed to inhibit the recent wave of shopping centre robberies in South Africa’s Gauteng province.

S.Africa’s SME space turns a new leaf

South Africa’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) space is starting to take shape.
S.Africa's rand gains

S.Africa projects expenditure growth by 7.6% in the next three years

The South African government is proposing a government expenditure growth by 7.6 per cent for the next three years.

Women get their own department

The South African government has introduced The Department of Women in order to advance women and highlight issues of gender equality.
S.Africa seeks to limit foreign land ownership – minister

S.Africa's GDP growth estimated to rise by 1.1% in 2015

The government’s real gross domestic product estimate for 2015 is expected to rise to 2.5 per cent from 1.4 per cent estimated for 2014.

S.Africa’s rapid bus transit system underperforming: Treasury

The Department of Transport will receive a budget increase, despite low number of rapid bus commuters.

Nene shrinks government spending in his debut mini-budget

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene’s inaugural MTBPS is proposing a major policy shift geared towards reducing the budget deficit.

Health at the forefront of government’s agenda: MTBPS

Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene places health at the forefront of government’s agenda.

Commission approves merger deal between Grohe, Watertech

South Africa’s Competition Commission has unconditionally approved an intermediate merger between Grohe and Main Street 1254 (Watertech).

S.Africa’s annual inflation rate drops to 5.9%

South Africa’s annual inflation rate has dropped from 6.4 per cent in August to 5.9 per cent in September.