Fitch affirms South African rating, outlook stable
It says its rating takes into consideration signs of recovering governance standards and the prospects of mild cyclical recovery.
Fireworks, Putin at 2018 Fifa World Cup opening ceremony
An estimated 80,000 people, including Russian president Vladimir Putin, have packed the stadium.
Police leadership summoned to Parliament over security at stations
Committee head Francious Beukman says it’s clear that police management has not addressed security despite being asked to do so.
KPMG cuts ties with Saica
KPMG has been under fire due to its handling of the Gupta family’s accounts, with the firm later changing its leadership.
Treasury, business leaders welcome S&P decision on SA credit ratings
Treasury says escaping junk status is a top priority and it's focusing on achieving higher economic growth and fast-tracking reform at state-owned entities.
[ALERT] Reserve Bank keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.5%
Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago made the announcement in Pretoria this afternoon.
Sarb to announce decision on repo rate
Figures released by Statistics South Africa show inflation increased to 4.5% year-on-year for April from 3.8% in March.
Henri van Breda guilty of murder, attempted murder
The judgment also finds Henri Van Breda guilty of defeating the ends of justice because he tampered with the crime scene and hurt himself.
EU reassures Iran of bloc’s commitment to salvaging nuclear deal
Brent crude oil hit $80 a barrel last week, with concerns that fuel prices of will continue to increase due to sanctions against Iran.
Brent crude oil price hits $80 per barrel
There are concerns that higher fuel prices will see an increase in inflation as the cost of goods will be far more expensive when transported from the coast to inland.
Shut up & listen – Ramaphosa tells Steenhuisen
During President Cyril Ramaphosa’s question session, he lost his temper when repeatedly interrupted by the DA's John Steenhuisen.
Economists: Rand weakening due to strengthening of dollar
With the United States meeting to decide on interest rates, a number of emerging market currencies have weakened against the greenback.
Rand continues to weaken against dollar
Traders say that the local currency has slipped 0.8% to hit its weakest level in almost five months.
Lamola: ANC handling land issue to address past imbalances
The summit at Unisa is being held to hear differing views with the Black First Land First and a number of groups set to talk.
Despite R59bn claim, Christo Wiese says he wants Steinhoff to survive
Former Steinhoff chairperson Christo Wiese says the investigation must continue into former CEO Markus Jooste, also to find out exactly who else was involved in possible criminal activities.
Wiese: Steinhoff's initial probe found nothing wrong
Wiese's titan group of companies is now looking to recover R59 billion from Steinhoff.
Christo Wiese calls for forensic probe into Steinhoff
Christo Wiese has announced that his Titan Group is suing Steinhoff for R59 billion to recover money invested in the company in 2015 and 2016.
Former chairman Wiese sues Steinhoff for R59 billion
These claims relate to cash investments made by the Titan Group in Steinhoff in 2015 and 2016 and involve both Steinhoff in the Netherlands and here on home soil.