President Edgar Lungu has directed the finance ministry to increase fiscal interventions to improve the economic fundamentals.
But ranks at the bottom for its education system.
South Africa's recoverable gas reserves from both onshore shale and offshore gas fields was seen at around 19.5 trillion cubic feet (TCF)
DA launches investigation into Hitachi settlement into improper payments made to the South African government.
South Africa's rand crumbled to a new record low against the dollar on Tuesday while yields on bonds rose sharply.
Hitachi to pay $19 million to settle U.S. regulatory charges that it inaccurately recorded improper payments to S.Africa's ruling party.
South African regulators are investigating Volkswagen's local business to see if cars sold there also rigged carbon emissions data.
In the next five years Angola’s education sector could produce the most entrepreneurs.
Zambia has urged investors to ignore a credit downgrade from Moody's, saying the rating was "unsolicited."
Angola shrugged off a downgrade by Fitch Ratings and said authorities had taken the right steps to shield country from falling crude prices.
Chairman and CFO also made permanent.
The security report has highlighted the need for organisations to invest in technology against cybercriminals.
Peter Matlare has resigned as Chief Executive of Tiger Brands.
The job cuts sweeping across Zambia's mines could get worse in Africa's second-biggest copper producer.
Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn resigned today taking responsibility for the German carmaker's rigging of U.S. emission tests.
The latest data has revealed that there is a significant increase in the number of credit-active women in South Africa.
Governor of the Reserve Bank has announced that the repo rate will remain steady at 6 per cent.
Glencore's Zambian unit Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) plans to lay off more than 3,800 jobs.
South Africa's Minister of Mineral Resources Adv Ngoako Ramathlodi reshuffled.
Waco has seen a revenue compound annual growth rate of 20 per cent from 2011 through 2014.