Frank Buyanga, who made it big in the financing and moneylending business, has survived court battles, Interpol red notices and grief
Learn why Africa's third richest businessman is diving deeper into a sector many are running away from
He attracted around 36,000 fans to Orlando Stadium in Soweto this year, something most football teams fail to do.
SAFA says the search for a new head coach to replace Shakes Mashaba is already underway
Anheuser-Busch InBev wraps up the final planned divestment following its purchase of rival brewer SABMiller
Private hospital firm to use proceeds from rights offer to fund acquisitions and reduce R8.5bn debt
Police in SA fired rubber bullets on Tuesday at scores of protesters outside the DRC embassy in Pretoria
London High court orders Konkola Copper Mines to pay government more than $100 million for a claim related to the copper price
SA's Communications Minister Faith Muthambi says chairman's exit will speed up the process of addressing the leadership crisis at the SABC
Despite a deteriorating economy, corruption and cash shortages, President Robert Mugabe's supporters believe he should stay in power forever
Banco de Mozambique Governor Zandamela said "It would have had a cost of incalculable dimensions" not to bail out the major bank.
A stimulating environment and a full tummy are crucial during the early years of a child's life.
Valentina Guebuza, the influential businesswoman daughter of former Mozambican President Armando Guebuza, was shot dead by her husband.
Pressured South African schools had no choice but to relax maths pass mark.
Almost 40 years after its independence, land reform remains at the heart of Zimbabwe’s political and economic challenges.
This time of year, hopeful entrepreneurs tend to consider whether the new year would be the right time to pursue their business ideas.
In the past, Mugabe had sole authority to appoint the head of the judiciary.
“Arguably the impunity enjoyed by politically well-connected people is the most serious impediment to effectively tackling corruption.”
The Premier and Mayors agreed that Gauteng has evolved into an industrial hub, financial nerve centre and technological heartbeat of S.A.
The Gupta family, whose businesses range from media to mining, and Zuma have repeatedly denied wrongdoing.