With just days to go before the ANC’s elective conference, economists have shared expectations of what characteristics would make for a good leader.
SARS says that its treating cryptocurrency in the same way it does capital realisation.
South Africa’s core inflation in November registered its lowest rate since May 2012, printing at 4.4%.
Top reads on Fin24: Explosive rand moves expected, troubled Steinhoff financials and ANC policy proposals
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Would an Africa in which Africans require no visas to travel boost prospects for intra-continental trade?
Governments in Africa need to make a concerted effort to further liberalise its skies in order to promote internal connectivity, says Iata’s CEO.
The JSE closed firmer on Thursday as it broke a streak of consecutive losing sessions.
Despite being reputed for its digitally advanced economy, two new reports show that South African professionals are not the highest earners in the African fintech space.
The Helen Suzman Foundation and Sygnia Asset Management CEO Magda Wierzycka have approached the courts to deal with the capture of Eskom.
SARS commissioner Tom Moyane has again attempted to keep damaging information implicating Jonas Makwakwa on alleged financial misconduct out of the public eye, claiming that making it public violates the FIC Act.
Its crunch time for 27 renewable energy independent power producers (IPPs) ahead of the expected conclusion of power purchase agreements with Eskom.
The bank told a security expert “sorry you feel this way” when a potential vulnerability was found.
A Johannesburg-based fund manager has laid criminal charges against former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste, and asked Christo Wiese and the entire Steinhoff board to step down immediately.
Sygnia CEO and Zuma critic Magd Wierzyka has reportedly joined the Helen Suzman Foundation in launching court action against president Jacob Zuma, the Gupta family and several minister over R5 billion lotted from Eskom.
South Africa is seeking to raise as much as R4 billion ($297 million) from the sale of part of its 39% stake in Telkom SA SOC to raise funds for the country’s unprofitable state airline and post office, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The Israeli drugmaker is struggling with $35bn debt from an acquisition and rising competition.
Standard Bank Group has named Lungisa Fuzile to head its biggest unit in South Africa, assuming some responsibilities from Group CEO Sim Tshabalala.
The latest SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) trade conditions survey shows it remained muted in November.
Standard Bank South Africa has appointed former Treasury DG Lungisa Fuzile as its new CEO, with Sim Tshabalala moving to Group CEO.
Four Seasons Health Care, which looks after 17,000 elderly residents, has secured its future for now.
Lonmin, the world’s third-largest platinum producer, now owns 100percent of the Pandora joint venture.