Susan Erasmus gives advice on how bargain hunters can get the most bang for their buck.
Labour's bitter breaches need to be seen in historical context, says Terry Bell.
Economists differ on how to tackle the chasm between rich and poor, says Leopold Scholtz.
Nearly 80% of American companies surveyed by two human rights groups failed to meet a US rule requiring they monitor whether their products contain minerals from war-torn Africa.
Kenmare Resources has joined the list of firms repatriating South Africans working in Mozambique and elsewhere in Africa for their safety after xenophobic attacks back home.
Any increase by the Democratic Republic of Congo in the taxes it levies on mining will stifle new investment, says Randgold Resources' chief executive.
Evraz steelmaker, plans to apply for the local equivalent of bankruptcy protection as a slump in demand for the metal left it with insufficient funds.
Standard & Poor's has warned it may soon downgrade several mining companies as it lowered its iron ore price estimates for the next couple of years.
Collaboration between Western Cape mines and the Garden Cities Archway Foundation has resulted in the construction of a development centre outside Durbanville.
AngloGold Ashanti is entering second-round talks with two potential partners or buyers for its Cripple Creek & Victor mine in the United States, according to a report.
Iron ore giants BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto Group are pursuing a flawed strategy by flooding an oversupplied market, says the premier of Western Australia.
The National Union of Mineworkers has signed an agreement with Gold Fields securing significant wage increases for entry level workers.
The Chamber of Mines of South Africa has announced that Bheki Sibiya will take early retirement.
Exxaro Resources says it’s treating 10 million litres of water daily at its R250m treatment plant at the Matla mine.
You can benefit more from new tax-free options, despite the low limits, says an expert.
An expert advises a Fin24 user who wants to pay off debt more quickly.
SA youth frustrated with unresponsive economic system turns to statues.
A former family home in Langa is a now a vibrant, traditional food restaurant.
As 2020s are looming, the question is, what will happen to SA economy?
Entrepreneurship starts with one person - you, says Ian Mann.
SA must take care not to waste resources on expanding education technology.
Zimkhitha Mqutheni filled the gap in the market for a fully black-owned PR agency.
Anglo American is monitoring the situation at its Kleinkopje coal operation in Mpumalanga, where NUM members have embarked on a wildcat strike.
Members of the National Union of Mineworkers have stopped working at an Anglo American coal mine in Mpumalanga, demanding the removal of the general manager.
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