Oil extended gains near $70 a barrel after Saudi Arabia signaled it won’t export oil beyond its customers’ needs, dispelling fears that it may flood the market.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is now, along with the National Prosecuting Authority, prosecuting taxpayers who have not filed their tax returns.
This was supposed to be a big year for Hollywood in China.
A recent victory in court for SARS may have been an own goal – and the tax agency may want to appeal its own win, writes attorney Jean du Toit.
The disciplinary hearing of the tax agency’s suspended chief will commence Saturday, four months after he was removed from his job by President Cyril Ramaphosa for bringing the agency into ‘disrepute’.
The GTC 2018 Medical Aid Survey (MAS), published earlier this week, has identified 11 hospital plans as being ‘the best value for money’ in South Africa.
At Tiffany & Co.’s new workshop in Manhattan, jewelers sit at wooden desks peering through magnifying glasses as they polish silver rings.
Wall Street stocks finished slightly lower Friday as President Donald Trump’s latest tariff threats and attack on the Federal Reserve kept a lid on gains despite largely solid earnings.
The SA Reserve Bank may have kept the repo rate unchanged at 6.5% this week, but according to analysts SA’s vulnerability to a global trade war has increased the likelihood of hikes later in 2018.
MPs say smart meters will not deliver expected savings, while the roll-out programme will fail to meet its deadline
Excessive lending before the Financial Crisis has left many homeowners at risk of having their homes repossessed
With the US President suggesting tariffs could hit $500bn of goods, China could retaliate in several ways.
WhatsApp has announced limits on the forwarding of messages by its 200 million Indian users in an effort to stop a spate of horrific lynchings.
South Africa’s economy still faces the risk of further contraction, hurt largely by policy uncertainty, economists have cautioned.
Business Unity SA has called for investor certainty and stability as government prepares to put the Competition Amendment Bill through Parliament.
Nigeria’s Auditor-General Anthony Ayine has advised the Nigerian government to legalise its continuous maintenance of the Excess Crude Account.
Eskom’s head of legal and compliance Suzanne Daniels has been dismissed following a disciplinary hearing where she was found guilty of all four charges laid against her.
Loon says it will deploy its system of balloons to beam high-speed Internet access with Telkom Kenya from next year to cover rural and suburban areas.
Former Steinhoff board chairperson Christo Wiese said that the forensic investigation into the global retailer would ultimately reveal what went wrong.
You’re unlikely to find anyone who is not a fan of innovation writes Elton Bondi.
In a legal challenge landlords say they have been unfairly treated in the rescue deal for House of Fraser.