Gold hits a three month high

S.African gold miners break ranks in wage talks

National Union of Mineworkers responded saying: “If they push us to a strike we will be happy to oblige.”

Zambia kwacha falls nearly 3 % as Greek woes hit global...

Greece's looming default drives Zambia's kwacha down.
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S.Africa minister says Eskom may need to borrow more

Public Enterprises minister says Eskom will have to tap debt markets if the company fails to get the tariff increase it is seeking.

Jacob Zuma's Marikana Report speech

Release by President Jacob Zuma of the Report of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the events at the Marikana Mine in Rustenburg.

Zuma to release 'Marikana massacre' report tonight

South Africans braces themselves for the early release of the Marikana massacre report.
Zimbabwe's Jan-July gold output down 26% yr-yr

Unions remain unwavering on 100% wage increase

Unions have asked for increases of between 80% & 100%.

Zuma defends police before 'Marikana massacre' report

President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday defended the actions of police who shot dead 34 striking workers in 2012 at Lonmin's Marikana mine.

Behind Shuttleworth's battle with SARB

Ferdie Schneider writes on how Mark Shuttleworth lost his case against the South African Reserve Bank.

Eskom pleads for tariff hike, big business warns of job losses

Eskom says the application for a tariff hike serves to mitigate against further economy losses caused by load shedding.

Nampak CFO retires

Nampak has announced the resignation of its Chief Financial Officer, Gareth Griffiths, which was effective from 19 June 2015.

Famous Brands buys control of Botswana franchise partner

Famous Brands will take a 51 percent stake in its Botswana franchise partner.

Awethu boosts S.Africa's entrepreneurs

Leading SME investment company has grown from a R60 000 start-up into an institution with R160 million to invest in its vision.

SABMiller solidifies its presence in South America

SABMiller expands their beer category as they look to strengthen their market presence in Latin America.
Tsogo Sun may list property unit separately

Mediclinic aquires shares in Britain's Spire

Remgro will subsequently sell the stake to Mediclinic International.

S.Africa's April retail sales up 3.4 year/year

South Africa's retail sales surged by 3.4 per cent year-on-year in April.

Zambia seeks to borrow more to plug financing gap

Zambia's finance minister has asked parliament to almost double the country's external borrowing limit to 60 billion kwacha.
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In Sudanese president fiasco, S.Africa makes clear Africa comes first

The Omar al-Bashir saga has raised questions about S.Africa's foreign policy.

Sirleaf confident in Liberia’s growth post Ebola

Liberian president projects a growth rate of 6 to 7 per cent in the next two years post the Ebola outbreak.

Who funds the African Union?

With close to 70% of the AU's funding coming from non member states it is being placed in a precarious situation.

S.Africa court to hear why Sudanese president should not be arrested

S.Africa is arguing why Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir should not be arrested in the High Court in Pretoria.