SABC board: Kalidass's conduct breached confidentiality
The SABC board held an urgent briefing on Thursday after Rachel Kalidaas resigned.
Rand loses over 1% against dollar over concerns about free education
The rand has extended losses, with traders saying the local currency has been reacting to reports that President Jacob Zuma is looking at ways to introduce free tertiary education.
Treasury says working hard to improve fiscal discipline
The IMF says some key reforms have stalled and many state-owned enterprises, which remain engines of growth, have stalled.
Zuma slams those criticising SA
President Jacob Zuma says the country is being steered in the right direction out of a technical recession.
Tshwane motorists, residents warned ahead of taxi strike
Tshwane residents have been warned that a number of streets in the city centre will not be accessible to motorists due to a taxi strike on Wednesday.
Battle royale over Zuma’s legal fees ensues
President Jacob Zuma told the House he was entitled by law to have the state pick up the bill for defending legal action.
[WATCH LIVE] Zuma: I don’t think my job is to answer books
President Jacob Zuma is being asked about allegations that he received monthly R1 million payments from a private company after he became leader of the country.
Gigaba confirms sale of some Telkom shares to rescue SAA, Post Office
Malusi Gigaba made the announcement while delivering his medium-term budget review in Parliament.
Standard Bank could dump SAP, McKinsey
The bank says its gravely concerned about allegations concerning McKinsey arising from its dealings with Trillian, Eskom and Transnet.
Civil society organisations demand action against McKinsey
Protesters gathered outside the company's Sandton office.
Vodacom: Govt deal was completely above board
The Competition Commission says it is investigating Vodacom for allegedly abusing its dominance to secure the contract with government.
Munich Re's Africa unit drops KPMG
Munich Re's regional chief executive confirmed the move on Tuesday.
‘An act of pure evil’- Trump speaks on Las Vegas shooting, death toll rises
Addressing Americans on Monday, Trump says the national flag will be flown at half-mast.
Concerns weak rand may hit economic growth
The local currency has continued to lose major ground due to a number of international factors.
TymeDigital, SA's new bank with no physical branches
TymeDigital has been granted a licence by the SA Reserve Bank to operate.
Sarb still expected to cut repo rate later this year
Economists say the rand and the risks such as political noise will playing a major role.
Kganyago: Consumer index improving despite economic conditions
But on the other hand, Sarb Governor Lesetja Kganyago says business confidence needs to improve.
Sarb taking cautious approach to repo rate - Kganyago
Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kgayago says inflation, poor business confidence, and political pressures are still impacting on the country's economy.