The Automobile Association (AA) reports that the fall in international oil prices will bring down national oil prices in the New Year.
Zambia's cabinet passed a vote of no confidence in interim president Guy Scott on Wednesday.
Neren Rau has resigned from his position as CEO of SACCI, effective in December.
OneLogix is set to dispose 100 per cent of its shareholding in PostNet to international logistics company Aramex for 190 million rand.
Steel products remain the most tradable commodities globally, making it key to sustaining economic development.
Andrew Flavell, wealth manager at AlphaWealth reflects on the 2014 investment climate.
United States senators have threatened to try to block South Africa from a lucrative US-Africa trade agreement.
South Africa will announce a series of renewable energy projects on Monday.
The Democratic Republic Congo is intensifying its moves to lure South African companies to do business in the former Belgian colony.
South Africa asked on Friday for bidders to submit proposals to build coal-fired power plants.
Oil and gas company, SacOil has appointed Damain Matroos as its chief financial officer, with effect from 1 February 2015.
The Competition Commission has approved Shoprite Checkers’ proposed acquisition of Wetherlys from Ellerines.
South Africa’s finance ministry has said that, currently, it will not be giving any media interviews on South African Airways (SAA).
Political parties in the collapsed unity government of Lesotho will sign a pact today to help create a favourable electoral climate.
The International Monetary Fund has urged South Africa to raise growth and lower vulnerabilities.
Falling oil prices and cuts in stubborn government deficits give South Africa's Reserve Bank room to be accommodative.
Ninety-year-old Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, has appointed justice minister, Emmerson Mnangagwa as his deputy.
Trade conditions in the country have remained positive despite electricity disruptions.
Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) has received a non-binding proposal from the AfriSam group that proposes a merger between it and AfriSam.
African Bank Investments Limited (ABIL) has said that it is working to ensure the stability of the core operations of African Bank.