Zimbabweans are worried that introducing "bond notes" to ease dollar shortages could open the door to rampant printing of cash.
Bidcorp, which supplies pubs, restaurants and hotels in Europe, South America and Asia, is the largest primary listing on the JSE since Vodacom in 2009, the stock exchange said.
This young business woman is making a success of her passion for the investment world and she is starting to reap the rewards.
Africa's most advanced economy is expected to grow less than 1 percent this year.
Zuma's ruling African National Congress (ANC), which has backed him after numerous scandals, faces a tough battle at local polls on Aug 3.
Speaking at Capitec’s annual general meeting on Friday, Capitec's CEO said the bank was adhering to bank rating methodology by following the baseline credit assessment.
The expected tariff hike is based on a formula using current world wheat prices and rand expectations.
Most of South Africa's land remains in white hands and many commercial and small-scale farmers are currently facing tough times.
The government is mulling the implementation of a national minimum wage but has not set a date for its introduction.
Five prisoners died in March 2015 after being shot by police in a protest over food shortages.
Gauteng social transformation cluster chairperson, Qedani Mahlangu‚ says the schools were geared towards the city region’s programme of transformation.
A team from S&P met officials in Africa's most industrialised country last week before their review due to be published on June 3.
Analysts said this week that risk appetite in emerging markets was buoyed by a debt relief deal being reached for Greece.
Now 92, Mugabe is the only leader the southern African nation has known since independence from Britain in 1980.
Democratic Alliance’s Mashaba said wealth for South Africa can only be created through the business angle.
South Africa's car industry has drawn investments of over 25 billion rand in the past five years, the government says.
Central bank deputy governor Kuben Naidoo told reporters that Standard Bank would shoulder the losses.
Malawi needs food aid as a result of a drought that has decimated crops.
Makhubo has also announced an injection of R16.7 billion to ensure that City Power delivers electricity to all residents including those living in informal settlements.
The latest flare-up comes ahead of local government elections in August.