Oliphant aims to intensify fight against illegal mining29/9/2015 7:16
Oliphant says they will not rest until they eliminate the big shots behind the illegal operations. The Deputy Minister highlighted the fact that they are mainly after syndicates who are said to be also operating across the country’s borders
Rand gains ahead of U.S. jobs data, stocks firmer28/9/2015 11:49
Gross domestic product in the U.S. rose at a 3.9% in the second quarter, up from the 3.7% reported last month, further evidence to support a Fed hike in 2015 ahead of closely watched jobs numbers on Friday.
Cwele asks for extension to submit Sapo annual report25/9/2015 15:37
Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele has requested Parliament to grant him permission to submit the Annual Report of the South African Post Office (Sapo) for 2014/15 financial year later.
Molefe appointed Eskom CEO25/9/2015 14:51
The Cabinet of South Africa has agreed on the appointments of Dr Ben Ngubane as Chairperson of the Board, Brian Molefe as Chief Executive Officer and Anoj Singh as Chief Financial Officer of the public utility.
Sacci denies backing nuclear power plans25/9/2015 12:08
In January, it was reported that the country is planning agreements with various countries, including Russia and Japan, to find ways to procure a whopping 9 600 megawatts of nuclear energy by 2030.
Oil prices rise as firm Chinese seasonal demand offsets weak Japan data25/9/2015 9:54
"It turns out that developed market imports haven't been anywhere near as robust as relatively upbeat local demand data would suggest For all their recent swagger, developed markets are hardly firing on all cylinders. So, don't just blame China," the bank said on Friday.
SACCAWU on a national strike23/9/2015 13:58
Following failed negotiations with Sun International, South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union (SACCAWU) has decided to embark on a national strike which is set to take place on Friday at the Grand West Casino.
Court dismisses Aurora appeal18/9/2015 10:50
Aurora directors were dealt another blow after their leave to appeal case was dismissed with costs in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Friday.
Low-cost airlines confront national carriers in Africa16/9/2015 13:10
Before Fastjet launched low-cost flights between Harare and Dar es Salaam last year, Zimbabwean businessman Jonathan Jabangwe had to brave a hair-raising, three day bus journey to meet his clients in Tanzania.
SME success requires financial skills15/9/2015 11:10
Tradesmen are one of the components of the growth of the South African economy as infrastructure spending has been identified as a key focus area of the National Development Plan (NDP).