Moody's puts SA's economic growth at 0.7% this year, blames load shedding
The country continues to be hit by load shedding with businesses complaining about lost productivity.
Mozambique withdraws appeal to extradite former minister from SA
Both Mozambique and the United States (US) have been seeking to prosecute Chang over an alleged R30 billion fraud.
SAA assures staff January salaries will be paid
The embattled state-owned company is fighting for its survival after it entered a form of bankruptcy protection last month and cancelled some flights this week because of cash shortages.
IMF lowers growth forecasts for SA economy
There is general consensus that nationwide power cuts have dented economic output and sapped investor confidence in the economy.
Sale of SAA aircraft ‘demonstration of rampant looting’, says Numsa
Unions have raised suspicion after the cash-strapped airline put up a tender notice on its website this week about selling nine aircraft and fifteen spare engines.
Makgoba clarifies Eskom chair appointment announcement
On Thursday, he said he had received the news from his daughter in London and he has now moved to explain that he was referring to the public announcement, not the actual appointment.
Sibanye-Stillwater saves jobs at loss-making Marikana operations
In September, Sibanye said it planned to cut around 5,270 jobs or about 6% of its workforce.
Will the Reserve Bank cut the repo rate?
Economists say there were several factors that were in favour of a drop in the repo rate.
Old Mutual reinstatement case far from over, says Peter Moyo's lawyer
Old Mutual has been locked in a dispute with Moyo since it suspended him in May 2019 in relation to an alleged conflict of interest.
Concerns that US-Iran tensions could see SA, EMs suffer consequences
The US has been pouring troops into the Middle East, while millions of Iranians have taken to the streets to protest against the killing of their top military commander.
US, Iran conflict could lead to fuel price increases for SA - economists
Millions of people have taken to the streets in Iran, promising severe action against the US for the killing of military leader Qasem Soleimani.
Appointment of Daniel Mminele as Absa CEO broadly welcomed
South Africa’s third-largest bank, Absa, has announced that Daniel Mminele will become the bank’s first black chief executive officer.
Police seize explosives in raids on illegal mines in Benoni
Police have raided illegal mining operations at Benoni following the killing of seven miners last month.
Turkish Airlines plane makes emergency landing at OR Tambo International Airport
Reports said that there was a problem with the plane's landing gear which was noticed after take-off.
Gauteng police defend deployment in wake of NYE shootings
Two people were killed and six wounded in a shooting incident in Melville while 11 people were wounded in Mary Fitzgerald Square when a gunman opened fire from the M1 bridge.
Police revise Melville shooting death toll to 2
A man sitting in a car opened fire on patrons at the Poppy's restaurant in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Zille: Cartoon I retweeted is rejecting stereotypes
The cartoon, which depicts a conversation between a white person - who is accused of taking land - while a black man is accused of rape, has caused heated debate on Twitter.
MTN accused of supporting Taliban in Afghanistan
A complaint has been filed in the district of Columbia, claiming that several western businesses were involved.