Zimbabwe's leadership signals left but then turns right, says Malcom Sharara.
The world needs a global code of ethics for economists, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Some workers care more about satisfaction than being in the spotlight, says Ian Mann.
Canadian explorer Africa Oil and its partner Tullow Oil are likely to bring in a third partner to help develop their oil discoveries in northern Kenya.
Mining group Exxaro says it has acquired South African coal assets of Total as part of the group's programme focussing on its core activities.
Fracking will be allowed in British national parks in "exceptional circumstances", according to government guidelines.
Abdelhamid Zerguine, the head of Algeria's national oil and gas company has been relieved of his duties and replaced by his deputy, a report says.
BASF, the world's biggest chemicals maker, says that profits have risen in the second quarter, driven by its oil and gas business.
French engineering group Alstom has reported sales and order figures which fit its strategy of selling energy assets to focus on rail equipment.
Delta Corporation, the Zimbabwe-based unit of SABMiller, has reported a 21% drop in first-quarter lager volumes due to a slowdown in consumer spending.
A Danish investment of R100m shows there are still international investors who have confidence in SA, despite all the strikes.
The German carmaker Daimler has reported Wednesday a rise in second-quarter profit thanks to strong demand for its luxury Mercedes-Benz cars.
Seven companies are investing over R3bn at the Coega industrial development zone in the Eastern Cape, says the Coega Development Corporation.
An anti-fracking group has threatened a legal challenge to government's shale gas plans, saying the regulatory process has been marked by "patent ineptitude".
SA entrepreneurs are recycling waste nutrients to help save the oceans.
How do you fill the 24 hours in your day? A user lists the four key needs in his life.
An expert provides sound advice on how to manage money as a couple.
Protestors and Sanral came into conflict at a Proudly e-toll Free campaign.
Fin24 blogger Terence Stoker provides sound advice for struggling SA entrepreneurs.
Don't touch your retrenchment package if you've been laid off, warns a Fin24 user.
A new app lets people take photos of themselves without having to touch the screen.
All the Pebble device needs is your smartphone to ensure instant payment from clients.
An ordinary, long-scheduled journey of an oil drilling rig into Arctic waters is turning into a major political exercise, creating a dilemma for Exxon Mobil.
The United States has opened the way to offshore oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean, authorising the controversial use of sonic cannons.
Fin24 user Asia writes how she managed to rehabilite herself from splurging on feel-good iitems and keep clean from the bondage of lifestyle debt.
A would-be African Amazon called Jumia, set up by a German venture capital firm, is expanding into Uganda, Ghana and Cameroon.
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