#Sona2016: A night of tension & fierce opposition
President Jacob Zuma told South Africa that govt is determined to turn the economy around.
Zuma blames international factors on poor economic growth
He says South Africa is not alone, as other emerging markets are also affected by poor growth.
#Sona2016: Parly to consider one capital to cut costs
Jacob Zuma has said Parliament must consider the matter with much urgency as the cost is too big.
‘Today marks the beginning of Zuma's removal’
Malema says Zuma must admit that he has violated the Constitution with regards to Nkandla.
EFF call for Madonsela's Nkandla report to be prioritised
The EFF also says that order should give Zuma 30 days to pay back his portion of the Nkandla costs.
#ZumaMustFall: Malema calls for a mass march to the ConCourt
The EFF leader says it’s time for action to be taken against corruption.
SA's economy on brink of recession, says World Bank
The bank has released a report revising the growth forecast to just 0.8 percent for this year.
Economists hope rand will regain more ground today
It has regained major ground against the dollar, pound and euro, following huge losses late last year.
The rand keeps strengthening against major currencies
The rand is now around 15.97 to the dollar, 22.80 to the pound and 17.31 to the euro.
Reserve Bank hikes repo rate by 50 basis points
The South African Reserve Bank has announced that interest rates will increase to 6.75%.
Producer Price Inflation on the rise
Producer inflation has risen to 4.8 percent year on year for December - up from 4.3 percent in November.
Nigerian Court urges MTN and NCC to settle out of court
The NCC and MTN have been instructed by the court to try reach an agreement over a $3.9 billion fine.
Vladimir Putin possibly approved ex-KGB agent's murder
A British inquiry into the 2006 murder found that the Russian president may be involved.
Mixed opinions over future oil prices as Iran enters market
Some analysts suggest that the return of Iranian oil exports has already been priced in, others disagree.
Iran's re-entry into oil market could be good for SA
Iran has re-entered the global economy after years of crippling international sanctions were lifted.
JSE ends on good footing as markets close for Christmas
The JSE closed on a good footing as most markets around the world only traded for half the day.
New 'Star Wars' sets record in SA
It has already beaten 'Fast & the Furious 7' into second place for the most pre-sold tickets in SA.
Economists concerned the rand will continue its freefall
The US Looks set to raise interest rates next week which will also affect the rand.