Marcus welcomes Yellen as US Fed Chair
The Sarb governor says she’s close with Yellen and is confident the global economy is in safe hands.
Report: First SA digital piracy arrest
Safact would not reveal the name of the film, but said it was a high-profile local production.
Mixed response to Zuma at Madiba memorial
Loud booing erupted as the president approached the podium, but many in the crowd also cheered.
7 reasons why nuclear is huge business
Nuclear Physicist Dr Kelvin Kemm explains why nuclear could be good for SA’s economy.
Drought could lower meat price
The Red Meat Producers Association says prices could decline in the short-term.
Sacci: Business should comply with e-tolls
The chamber says companies ought to obey the law, but should wait to see if e-tolls go ahead.
Twitter storm over Nkandla picture 'ban'
The security cluster says images of President Jacob Zuma’s residence are not legal.
7 Reasons why Eskom is on the brink
Energy expert Chris Yelland breaks down why he thinks the country’s only power supplier could crack.
NEF claims allegations were a conspiracy
CEO Philisiwe Mthethwa says a disgruntled associate may be behind false charges of fraud and corruption.
Eskom asks SA to use power sparingly
The electricity grid is severely constrained due to the loss of additional generating units.
Cell C CEO suffers stroke
The mobile operator says Alan Knott-Craig has been admitted to hospital after suffering a minor stroke.
Sculpture sets SA record with R5.5m sale
The price more than doubled the previous record for a South African sculpture.
Lonmin: We work with all unions
The CEO says it’s in the best interest of both labour and the company itself to deal with all parties.
Is Nigeria viable for SA companies?
Woolworths is the latest South African company to abandon Nigeria.
FNB: Card swipes overtaking cash use
The bank says its customers are now making more purchases with cards than with cash.
Legal Aid defends high costs
The Boeremag treason trial is believed to have cost taxpayers over R30 million.
Stats SA: Job rate at pre-recession level
Statistics SA released its Quarterly Labour Force Survey, saying unemployment is down to 24.7%.
S&P reacts to budget speech
Standard and Poor's says the medium-term budget statement has given SA some breathing room.