Land Rover has introduced a new ‘usership’ funding model that it believes will ultimately replace traditional vehicle ownership in South Africa.
The land expropriation debate and the proposed Constitutional amendments in this regard have put the brakes on long-term investment commitments.
SA is traditionally a net importer of wheat, but the Western Cape drought resulted in an increase in wheat imports to the second-highest level on record, says Agbiz.
Addressing hundreds of delegates, Dr Iqbal Survé implored business leaders to rally behind President Ramaphosa’s aim of attracting $100bn in investment.
State-actors were likely behind Singapore’s biggest ever cyberattack to date, security experts say, citing the scale and sophistication of the hack which hit medical data of about a quarter of the population.
KwaZulu-Natal would be looking at the two-day BRICS Business Council meeting taking place in Durban as a key opportunity to attract investment.
How is it that those who do not lay a single brick – let alone lift a finger – earn 600% more than those who produce the commodities that generate the profits for the elite few? asks Mikaela Nhondo Erskog.
Recruitment specialist Glassdoor has come up with nine common interview questions, and how to best answer them:
The next round of proposed duties- 25% on $16 billion worth of Chinese imports that could go into effect in a month — includes vaping devices.
The retail sector has been hit by rising costs and subdued spending, says EY report.
The private ownership of the means of production has become a massive barrier to economic development, writes Chris Maxon.
The Civil Aviation Authority says airlines must give customers two-weeks notice or pay compensation.
Acting premier of KZN, Sihle Zikalala said the province offers an attractive corporate tax regime that ensures greater value for investors.
Deputy President David Mabuza says township and rural economies form part of calls for radical economic transformation in the country – but businesspeople warn it should not just pay lip service.
Here’s what South African businesses think they should pay as a living wage – and what South Africans think the actual minimum wage should be.
This year South Africa is at the nexus of a number of important global discussions and in its best position yet to champion the case for Africa, as well as its own domestic growth agenda.
The fishing villages of the West Coast Peninsula including Paternoster and St Helena Bay are still hot favourites with buyers notes Seeff Estate Agents.
A businessman has perfected the art of infusing contentious tax compliance with financial education so much that his colleagues envy his expertise.
The 10th Brics Summit, to be held in Johannesburg this week, will not be a mere talkshop, according to South Africa’s Brics ambassador, Anil Sooklal.
A forensic report on Mpumalanga’s Thaba Chweu Local Municipality, shows how officials plundered as much as R358.7 million, according to a report in the City Press.
Former president Jacob Zuma is set to have a ‘dream team’ of legal representatives when he returns to court on corruption charges this week.