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The Formal business sector, excluding agriculture and financial intermediation, generated R2.3 trillion in turnover during the second quarter.
The provincial Department of Human Settlements has rolled out a housing project of 1 000 houses, with 500 of those houses completed in Nkantolo.
Twelve major cities including Cape Town promised to buy only zero-emissions buses from 2025 and to make major areas free of fossil fuel emissions by 2030 to protect the environment.
The Kenyan shilling dropped to 103.75/85 per dollar on Monday, its lowest level since mid-August, mainly due to concerns about potential violence during a repeat presidential scheduled for October 26,
South Africa is not training enough engineers, artisans or technicians to deliver on the NDP's strategic infrastructure projects
The Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator has reported a 22.41% reduction in new complaints for the 2016/17 financial year.
The Medium Term Budget Policy Statement is likely to deliver yet another blow to over taxed and struggling lower to middle income earners
The JSE may witness the newest listings for at least two years in 2017, helped by a spate of spinoffs as owners look to tap a market trading near record highs.
South African miner African Rainbow Minerals dropped KPMG as its auditor, joining a host of other local companies breaking ties with the firm.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba faces a credibility test when he delivers his inaugural budget speech to outline spending plans and economic forecasts.
Regiments Capital is in jeopardy as it has emerged that R30 million flowed from them into companies associated with a Gupta-Essa laundering channel.
Mmusi Maimane, said that government could not afford to "throw billions" of rands at the loss-making national carrier, South African Airways.
Mmusi Maimane, said that government could not afford to "throw billions" of rands at the loss-making national carrier, South African Airways.
It is less risky if the first move out of the entrepreneur's kitchen or garage is rented space rather than bonded property.
Police on Monday regretted killing industrialist's son, Bunty Shah, in a botched up operation in Nairobi on Sunday.
Implats held out an olive branch to shareholders following a revolt over its remuneration policy last week.
Transport along Nairobi-Kangundo highway has been paralyzed after two matatu saccos plying the route, Kam and Makata blocked the road at Athi Bridge near Joska shopping center earlier today (Monday).
Adri Senekal de Wet, the executive editor of Business Report writes about Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s first Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement.
"We have noted with concern the distortion of the proposed amendments to the BEE legal framework."
BMW has confirmed that European competition officials searched its headquarters in Munich last week as part of a probe into a cartel.
City residents on Sunday woke up to a heap of garbage in what is regarded as an upmarket section of the central business district.
Invest in Future Currency chief executive Mpho Dagada, who has already made more than R1m through cryptocurrency has a desire to see Africa grow.
Malusi Gigaba faces a gaping budget hole - and will have to consider raising taxes and selling state assets if he wants to avoid ratings downgrades.
In the midst of slow economic growth in the country, Dis-Chem Pharmacies said it continued to increase its footprints by adding 19 new stores.
All eyes will be fixed on Gigaba when he delivers his first MTBPS amid the fiscal challenges, government corruption, and wasteful expenditure.
This innovation can be used to identify animals that may have lost pregnancy later in gestation
ANC presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has launched a veiled attack on her own party for failing for almost five years to take over control of the country's economy.
one of South Africa’s top forensic investigators is ready to get to the bottom of the rising number of assassinations of mineworkers.
South32 is studying a potential bid for Rio Tinto Group’s R21.3 billion coking coal portfolio, people familiar with the matter said.
Construction company Group Five let a R1.6 billion offer from Greenbay Properties for some of its assets lapse, causing its shares to fall.
The DA says it will not hesitate to approach the court if the proposed R1 trillion nuclear build deal is tainted.
Sagarmatha Technologies is the first company to present a sharp vision of world-class technology platforms for Africans, writes Adri Senekal De Wet.
This week's medium-term budget policy statement is expected to come under greater scrutiny, as rating agencies look for signs of fiscal slippage.

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