St Antoine Private Residence, situated near Grand Baie in Mauritius, has officially announced the release of Phase 2.
Earlier this month, Total started production at the Egina oilfield off the coast of Nigeria.
South Africa’s plan to spend more subsidizing higher education is fiscally unsustainable and is unlikely to supply more skills to the economy, the World Bank said.
Airports Company South Africa continues to positively impact the nation’s education sector through various Socio-Economic Development (SED) initiatives.
South Africa will support Zimbabwe in whatever way it can but within the framework of what it is able to provide.
Carlos Ghosn’s bail application was rejected again, even after the fallen car titan offered to wear an electronic tracker and be monitored by guards.
Tax collection from cigarettes has declined, despite successive “sin tax hikes”, amidst an increase in illicit tobacco products, according to research conducted by Econometrix, on behalf of British American Tobacco.
Industry Insights said it was not expecting this calendar year to be “as bad as last year”, although it certainly did not expect any big turnaround.
South African software engineering and solutions company, Entelect has entered into an agreement to purchase a majority stake in Fixx iT, a software engineering and professional services company headquartered in Zeist, Netherlands.
The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Unions (Satawu) has indicated that a number of its members will benefit from the introduction of the national minimum wage.
Shoprite shares slumped following the release of a weak operational update which showed that its turnover was flat over the six-month period ending in December 2018
Jesse Weinberg, Head of the SME Customer Segment at FNB Business unpacks key steps that entrepreneurs should consider to ensure a successful 2019.
If South Africa is to play in the big league of education, it needs to work harder to improve efficiency in key subjects, especially in early schooling.
The report showed that M&A in sub-Saharan Africa reached $31 billion (R428.15bn) during 2018, but was down 12 percent compared to 2017.
The evidence leader at the inquiry investigating the PIC accused the asset manager’s board of running a parallel investigation.
The Public Investment Corporation’s (PIC) board has suspended a top executive who was testifying at the commission of inquiry.
South Africa is on a hard sell strategy at the World Economic Forum in Davos in Switzerland.
The analyst group Zion Market Research predicts that by 2022, the IT Asset Disposition (Itad) market will have reached a value of $18.7 billion.
The commission of inquiry probing governance and investment decisions at the state asset manager learnt that the corporation’s Head of Listed Investments, Fidelis Madavo, has been suspended.
The new year is a time of taking stock of what you want for your life and challenging yourself to achieve your goals for the year ahead.
The PIC board has suspended a top executive who was testifying at the commission of inquiry set up by President Cyril Ramaphosa to probe allegations of impropriety.