Shares plummet as VW reports fresh problems
VW reported irregularities in carbon dioxide emission levels that could affect about 800,000 cars in Europe.
US sends Special Forces troops into Syria to fight Isis
Russia has already established a military base and has been targeting Isis.
‘Petrol may decrease by up to 22c per litre in November’
However, the diesel price looks to set to only drop by around eight cents a litre.
Economists warn job creation should be stepped up
Nedbank economist Isaac Matshego says with poor growth companies are under pressure.
SA unemployment rises to 25.5 percent
Statistics South Africa says 5.4 million people are without work in the formal labour sector.
#FeesMustFall: Cops clear parliamentary precinct
Earlier police and students clashed in chaotic scenes.
Nene: SA's economic growth has slowed
The finance minister says the local economy faces a number of challenges.
Reports: Motsoeneng charged with abuse of power
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been accused of gross dishonesty and misrepresentation of facts.
Murray & Roberts pull out big guns for collapsed bridge investigation
Murray & Roberts is working with the Labour Department, police and the City of Joburg for the investigation.
'Weak rand resulted in minor drop in 93 petrol'
From next Wednesday, 93 octane petrol goes down by 2c a litre while 95 octane goes up by 4c.
Wage talks: A breakthrough in the gold sector
Two mining companies have signed agreements with unions, ending weeks of negotiations.
South Africans hopeful as Springboks vs Samoa match is underway
Fans are out in their numbers across South Africa to rally behind Coach Heyneke Meyer’s men.
Rand at a record 14.05 to the dollar
Concerns over a hike in US interest rates & the Chinese economy are the reasons for the weakening rand.
Sarb worried about SA's economic situation
Lesetja Kganyago says the MPC was unanimous when deciding to keep the repo rate unchanged.
SA inflation slows to 4.6%
Petrol price decreases have been cited as a contributing factor to lower inflation.
Reserve Bank to look into inflation rate amid sluggish growth
The Monetary Policy Committee will meet to decide whether the rate should be increased.
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.