Former Treasury director general Lugisa Fuzile has been appointed as CEO of Standard Bank South Africa.
Using YouTube as a platform to make money can be a successful enterprise for people like Dan TDM who made $16,5 million doing YouTube videos.
New research has found that inequality in SA has increased, with wealth becoming ever more concentrated among the rich.
Focus now switches to the bank’s economic forecasts for clues to future policy direction.
Labat Africa’s board believes the group is well positioned to explore greater opportunities following the growth of its new logistics business.
Richard Baugh addresses concerns about supermarkets using “fake farm” brands
BCX 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).
The Billion Group is to embark on development projects next year collectively involving the investment of more than R6billion.
Sibanye Gold has offered £285m to buy Lonmin, the world’s third-biggest platinum miner.
Google has released three photography apps as a part of the experimental technology venture called “appsperiments”.
Although confidence in the civil construction industry has lifted from a 17-year low, most of the respondents to a FNB/BER survey still remain pessimistic.
EOH Holdings firmed 12.81% yesterday after the company announced that its former chief executive and founder, Asher Bohbot, would return to the group.
This tiny device, TrackR Bravo allows you to track your car, laptop, bicycle and even your pet. It is also an affordable solution to find lost items.
Key policy proposals on the table at the ANC’s 54th national conference, added during the national policy conference in June/July, could change SA’s economic trajectory.
Deals on electrical household appliances boosted sales in November, official figures suggest.
Cas Coovadia, the managing director of the Banking Association South Africa writes about a return to responsible governance and policy.
South Africa’s current account deficit has narrowed slightly to 2.3% of GDP in the third quarter, as a rise in agricultural exports was offset by a dip in sales of mining and manufactured goods.
The South African government has gazetted the official pay increases for public officials for the 2018 financial year, following approval from president Jacob Zuma for a salary increase of between 4% and 8%.
Facebook released a set of augmented reality tools for Messenger called “world effects.”
Luanda, the capital of Angola, is the most expensive city for expatriates to live in according to ECA International.
Just days before the ANC elects a new leader to replace President Jacob Zuma as party head, the rand’s implied volatility versus the dollar has shot up to levels last seen in 2008.