‘I owe nobody a favour, I owe Ntlemeza nothing’
Minister Fikile Mbalula has accused Berming Ntlemeza of abusing state resources to execute an unlawful operation against him.
Ntlemeza returns Hawks car, cellphone - lawyer
Comfort Ngidi says his client Berning Ntlemeza has done nothing wrong and has called on Fikile Mbalula not to interfere.
Tim Noakes found not guilty of misconduct
Professor Tim Noakes was taken to task for advising a mother to wean her baby on a low carb, high-fat diet.
Bus strike over as unions sign 9% wage deal
It's been confirmed that the National Employers Association has agreed to a 9% wage increase.
Treasury warned to prevent further loss of experienced staff
Director-General Lungisa Fuzile confirmed on Wednesday that he is resigning and will leave Treasury in the middle of May.
Treasury confirms DG Lungisa Fuzile's departure
Lungisa Fuzile said he would be stepping down after Pravin Gordhan was removed as Finance Minister.
Economists: Govt will have less money for critical services after downgrade
Economists say this news was expected but it is still a huge shock because of the implications for our economy.
S&P: Likely policy shifts left no choice on SA downgrade decision
The agency says it now rates the country at BB+, citing the pace of economic growth as a major concern.
Rand sees 2% drop after SA junk status announcement
Standard & Poor’s Global has lowered South Africa sovereign credit rating to BB+ or junk status.
The rand, banking index drop sharply following Gordhan's axing
Last week, the local currency fell around 6% after Pravin Gordhan was ordered back from an overseas roadshow and then fired as Finance Minister.
Economists warn rand could slip further following Gordhan sacking
The local currency lost around 6% on Friday after Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan was fired.
Mbete assures SA motion against Zuma taken seriously
The speaker says she will begin a process of consultations regarding a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
Kganyago: Recent political events hurting economic outlook
The Reserve Bank governor says the benefits of stronger exchange rates and higher growth are being offset by the political situation in SA.
Investors adopt ‘wait & see’ approach after Gordhan's return
JSE Limited chief executive Nicky Newton-King says they managed to meet a number of investors, who are now being cautious.
Mbeki: Kathrada’s death a painful loss to SA
Thabo Mbeki says the country has lost one of the loyal giants of the struggle. He added Kathrada's death should not hinder the vital discussion between ANC veterans & leaders on ways to fix problems.
Rand shows signs of slight recovery amid anxiety over Gordhan
It's now around 12.87 to the greenback, 16.16 to the pound and 13.98 to the euro following uncertainty over Gordhan’s future.
Rand continues to weaken amid uncertainty over Gordhan
As questions remain about Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s future, the local currency has weakened above R13 to the dollar.
Economists concerned rand losses will continue following Gordhan call back
The banking index lost more than 3% on the JSE on Monday, a scene similar to when Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was sacked in December 2015.