AA: Petrol price won't drop by much in October
"The weak rand has taken its toll, which means petrol will most probably not drop significantly in October."
Fifa corruption investigations widen
Fifa's bids for the World Cup, including the 2010 tournament in South Africa, are under investigation.
All eyes on China after weeks of market turmoil
China is headed for its slowest economic expansion in 25 years and markets have slumped by 40 percent.
Rand takes another pounding
The rand has reached a new low against the pound breaking through the 21 rand level.
Turkey blames the West for migration crisis
The photo of a little boy, Aylan Kurdi, lying on a beach in Turkey has sent shock waves around the world.
More trouble for the rand
The local currency is trading at around 13,63 to the dollar.
Opposition parties’ bid to impeach Zuma fails
House Chairperson Cedric Frolick read out the vote count for the motion, with 100 in favour and 211 against.
DA accuses Zuma of violating his Presidential Oath
The DA leader has introduced the party's motion that’s aimed at paving the way for Zuma’s impeachment.
More good news for cash-strapped South Africans
Iran wants to re-enter the energy market, which may further ease fuel prices.
Petrol price to drop by 69 cents per litre
The latest decrease is a result of falling international crude prices.
Petrol price cut on the cards
A drop in fuel prices is good news for inflation as goods will cost less to transport.
Good news for motorists as oil price continues to drop
The oil price has continued to drop with Brent crude now trading at around $46 a barrel.
SA rand reaches 13 to the dollar
SA's rand fell nearly 1% against the dollar, breaching 13.00 for the first time in 14 years.
Annual inflation sees a slight increase
Stats SA says this is an increase of point-three percent compared with the annual rate for June.
Petrol price might drop by 64 cents
The AA says petrol might drop by 55 & 64c/l, diesel by 53 & 57c/l & illuminating paraffin 60c/l.
Rand hits new record low against pound
The currency depreciated to 20,10 to the pound earlier, but has since stabilised.
‘Marikana families must be compensated’
Opposition parties say the ANC has failed to find a plausible explanation after families were shattered.
State-owned enterprises urged to generate more revenue
Moody’s has urged parastatals to be self-sufficient, stand on their own two feet and consolidate.