Absa granted interdict against BLF over planned marches at branches
The BLF is demanding that Absa pay back around R1 billion, which it received a part of an apartheid bailout to Bankorp.
ICC: SA violated ICC agreement when it failed to arrest Al-Bashir
South Africa appeared in the International Criminal Court in April where it defended its decision not to arrest Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir in June 2015.
Reserve Bank responds to ANC policy discussion on ownership
ANC Economic Transformation Commission Chair Enoch Godongwana announced earlier on Wednesday that it's an anomaly for the country's bank to be in private hands.
Zuma outlines 'remedy to kill ANC factions'
President Jacob Zuma says he is prepared to go from province to province to address branches on the need to have two deputies.
Alexander Forbes non-exec director Kgosana resigns over Gupta leaks
Moses Kgosana was due to take up the role of chairman on 31 August.
JSE grants request by Gupta-owned firm for voluntary suspension
The Oakbay board says it’s in the best interests of the company and shareholders that the listing of its securities is temporarily suspended.
Zuma not convinced by secret ballot arguments for no confidence motion
President Jacob Zuma questioned why opposition MPs were now determined to change the voting process.
Zuma: Gupta leaks show strength of transparency
The president says the authenticity of the emails implicating government officials in widespread corruption needs to be verified first.
'Mining charter essential to address injustices of past & to boost economy'
President Jacob Zuma has been answering questions in the National Assembly.
Death toll from Portugal forest fire climbs to 43
Officials say people were caught in their cars, with at least 60 injured , including firefighters.
Probe launched after seven sailors killed in ship collision
Reports say the sailors were trapped inside the ship, which then took on water.
Gigaba: Treasury's plans to grow economy undermined by downgrades
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says President Jacob Zuma and other ministers discussed critical interventions at an emergency meeting on Wednesday night.
Fired! Motsoeneng dismissed from SABC
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been found guilty of contravening the terms of his suspension from the SABC.
Gigaba to give clarity on way forward for SA economy after Moody's downgrade
Following Moody’s announcement, the Treasury said it recognised that the agency had cited the weakening of South Africa’s institutional strength.
Fedusa calls for Zuma to resign after Moody’s downgrade
Fedusa says the abrupt Cabinet reshuffle in March illustrates a gradual erosion of institutional strength.
Treasury calls on private sector, unions to help prevent further downgrades
On Friday night, the agency announced its decision which follows similar moves by S&P Global and Fitch.
Moody’s downgrades SA’s credit rating
Moody’s placed South Africa on review for a downgrade in April after finance minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy were sacked.
‘Our strategic enemy remains white monopoly capital’
President Jacob Zuma says there needs to radical economic transformation as the country needs to be liberated, especially when it comes to land.