Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says SA will avoid a full blown recession as the agriculture sector is set to recover "so all is not lost".
This week's Steinhoff scandal again taught the lesson that a “safe bet” is not always so safe, writes Bianca Botes as 2017 heads for an explosive end.
SA should only start the process of building several nuclear stations after it has fully completed its current coal power station project, says Outa.
The City of Cape Town has received the highest possible level of credit quality from ratings agency Moody's within the national context.
There will be no load shedding this winter and next summer and Eskom does not anticipate load shedding for the 2016/2017 financial year, according to CEO Brian Molefe.
The City of Cape Town would like public comment on a plan to address the cost associated with the current unsustainable use of the city’s road infrastructure.
South Africa's trade surplus has widened in December compared to November and was higher than expected.
South Africa's sagging rand/US dollar exchange rate continues to take the shine off ongoing international oil price weakness, according to the AA.
An index tracking South African manufacturing activity posted its worst reading in 13 months in August as new sales orders dropped.
President Jacob Zuma has lashed out at critics within his African National Congress, saying they’re threatening the ruling party’s hold on power.
There’s no reason to believe Britain will be more restrictive than the EU when it comes to trade agreements with South Africa, says trade and industry minister Rob Davies.
South Africa’s mining production fell the most since at least 1980 after the country’s biggest gold and platinum mines halted unprofitable output.
The Business Confidence Index inched up to 80.1 in February from 80.0 in January but remained close to 23-year lows, a survey by the Chamber of Commerce has showed.
Rule changes regarding base erosion and profit shifting could add an additional layer of uncertainty for the future of the mining industry, according to a report.
Amid waning liquidity, higher funding costs, rand weakness and rising inflation South Africa needs a decisive policy response, says an economist.
The current SA economy and heightened social tensions, make the category of home owners 'selling in order to emigrate' the one to watch, says a property expert.
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