Rand affected by rouble: economist18/12/2014 11:46
The rand was being affected by the Russian rouble's depreciation because they exported similar commodities, and could be seen in the same emerging market basket, an economist said on Thursday.
Fuel price bonanza in January: AA17/12/2014 18:26
International oil prices have dropped steeply and motorists are set for a fuel bonanza in the new year, the Automobile Association said on Wednesday.
Texton seals empowerment deal15/12/2014 12:33
Texton Property Fund is set to get a black economic empowerment (BEE) partner which will acquire 20% of its shares for about R443m.
Motor trade sales up11/12/2014 14:33
Motor trade sales increased by 4.9 percent year-on-year in October, Statistics SA said on Thursday.
Treasury to take control of SAA11/12/2014 10:45
National Treasury is to assume control of South African Airways, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe announced on Thursday.
Electricity purchases up10/12/2014 16:34
Municipal purchases of electricity increased by 20.5 percent between the second and third quarter of 2014, Statistics SA said on Wednesday.
Competition is healthy10/12/2014 5:07
Burgan Cape Terminals will be allowed the development and construction of an independent fuel storage and distribution facility at the Eastern Mole in the Port of Cape Town.
Bus fares in festive increase9/12/2014 22:33
Long-distance bus operators are taking advantage of the increase in demand over the holiday period and have increased their fares sharply.
Budget will reveal Russia visits cost8/12/2014 21:24
President Jacob Zuma will answer questions on the cost of his trips to Russia between 2011 and 2014 in the Presidency's budgets, he said in written replies to Parliament on Monday.
Power cuts hurt Joburg businesses8/12/2014 15:51
As power utility Eskom continues its countrywide rolling blackouts as it tries to build up power reserves, Johannesburg businesses are feeling the effects.
Road freight tonnage hits new high8/12/2014 14:12
Close to 50 million tons of freight ground its way along South Africa's over-worked roads in October, according to the latest monthly Land Transport Survey released by Statistics SA on Monday.
Metal strike knocks back economic growth :SARB8/12/2014 12:08
The month-long strike in the metal sector knocked back the third-quarter growth rate of the South African economy by more than half of what it could have been, the SA Reserve Bank (SARB) said on Monday.
Professional hunters graduate8/12/2014 12:47
In 2012, Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa proclaimed that the hunting industry contributed millions to South Africa’s economy in the past, and that in 2010 alone, the sector generated approximately R1.1bn during hunting season.