Spur CEO seeks meeting with brawling customers
A video has gone viral of a white man and a black woman involved in a heated exchange at Spur in Oakdene in Joburg.
Jonas gives go ahead for probe in Sars systems
The investigation by the tax ombudsman follows complaints by taxpayers regarding tax refunds.
5 arrested in latest OR Tambo heist breakthrough
The latest arrests come a few days after police announced the arrest of four others in connection with the theft of R20 million worth of foreign currency at the airport.
Zuma dodges call for inquiry into grants debacle
President Jacob Zuma also deflected questions about whether he planned to take action against Minister Bathabile Dlamini.
Zuma: There’s no crisis around grant payments
With just two weeks to go before social grants are due to be paid, no agreement has been signed with a distributor.
CPS gives Sassa deadline to finalise contract
CPS chief executive Serge Belamant says it will take a long time for another cash distributor to competently take over the payment of social grants.
Net1 shareholder Allan Gray 'would welcome stricter grant controls'
Net1 UEPS Technologies has been involved in dispersing grants to 17 million South Africans through Cash Paymaster Services.
Mother of rescued Durban baby arrested
Siwaphiwe Mbambo was snatched from her mother during a hijacking on Friday allegedly by two armed men.
SA faces rating downgrades if fiscal targets not achieved – Gordhan
Finance Minister Gordhan announced a new tax bracket for super-earners as well as increases in the fuel tax and excise duties for tobacco and alcohol.
Gordhan: There needs to be equality for all
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered his 2017 Budget Speech, forecasting slightly improved economic growth in the years to come.
Gordhan: Govt working to stop price collusion
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says price collusion should and will be stamped out in any South African market, whether it’s banking or bread.
Competition Commission urges full disclosure from all involved price fixing saga
The commission found that 18 financial institutions have been involved in manipulating the rand/dollar exchange rate.
Citibank agrees to settle over forex fixing scandal
Last week, the case of 18 local and foreign banks - accused of manipulating the rand/dollar exchange rate - was referred to the Competition Tribunal.
Banking shares extend losses amid bank collusion scandal
The banking index has been trading over 1% lower on Monday afternoon.
Price fixing saga: Will SA traders implicated face prosecution?
The Competition Commission revealed last week 18 banks were found to have been involved in fixing the rand/dollar exchange rate.
Rand makes steady gains against dollar
The rand is now R13 exactly to the dollar, R16.13 to the pound and R13.72 to the euro.
#Sona2017: Zuma focuses on economy in turbulent address
President Jacob Zuma finally delivered his State of the Nation Address, concentrating on the economy, wage talks, Eskom and the national minimum wage.
#Sona2017: Scuffles, insults… and then finally the address
Proceedings got off to a turbulent start with the EFF leader Julius Malema saying that President Jacob Zuma needed to leave the House.