The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has ordered MultiChoice to stop telling DStv subscribers a TV show is new when recycled shows pushed to other DStv channels are actually old.
The move will see Mango take over a large number of SAA’s domestic flights.
Next week will prove incredibly challenging for the entire market, but particularly for Steinhoff International, says Jordan Weir, a trader at BayHill Capital.
Many of the most expensive toys bought for kids during Christmas become short-lived fun with kids spending just minutes, hours or days with them before the novelty wears off.
Civic groups are starting to coalesce and to demand at least changes to a corrupt system that continues to favour the rich at the expense of the poor, says Terry Bell.
If you think that a leadership change at the ANC over the next few weeks heralds a clear path to both sentiment and economic revival, think again, says Daniel Silke.
Oracle Corp reported quarterly cloud-computing sales that missed some analysts’ estimates, a setback in the company’s effort to remake itself around internet-based products.
The list of the top trending Google searches in South Africa has been released and has items like hurricanes and films featured on the list.
Almost nine years since the birth of bitcoin, central banks around the world are increasingly recognizing the potential upsides and downsides of digital currencies.
CX is investing R100 million to grow scarce digital skills in ICT infrastructure and software programming alongside cybersecurity, fintech and artificial intelligence over three years in partnership with the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi).
Steinhoff International’s chairman and largest shareholder, South African billionaire Christo Wiese, is stepping down from the supervisory board after an accounting scandal engulfed the retail giant.
Steinhoff International’s chairperson and largest shareholder, billionaire Christo Wiese, is stepping down from the supervisory board after an accounting scandal engulfed the retail giant.
South African tycoon Christo Wiese resigned as chairman of Steinhoff, the latest setback for the retail group in the throes of an accounting scandal.
Steinhoff International continued its fall yesterday after the embattled international retailer announced that its earnings for this year.
Domestic stocks ended higher yesterday with Lonmin in demand following the announcement of a R5.1billion takeover by a local precious metals miner.
The BBC’s Aaron Heslehurst explains how public relations became a million dollar idea.
Steinhoff International Holdings NV’s chairperson and largest shareholder, South African billionaire Christo Wiese, is stepping down from the supervisory board after an accounting scandal engulfed the retail giant.
The BBC’s Andrew Neil has five things the $52.4bn (£39bn) tie-up could mean.
Facebook has said that from mid-2018 it will start declaring advertising revenues in the country they are made, and not via its Irish HQ.
The Cabinet reshuffle at the end of March this year was likely the worst point in SA’s gradual deterioration, says Nazmeera Moola of Investec Asset Management.
Instagram has just released a new feature on their app that allows users to follow a hashtag on Instagram