Self-made leaders from humble homes would make a welcome change, says Mzwandile Jacks.
South Africans seem to spend more time and money preparing for death than for life.
Telling off the West won't bring in much-needed foreign investment, says Leopold Scholtz.
Entry-level workers at AngloGold Ashanti and Harmony will get wage increases of up to 13%, according to an agreement reached with unions.
Glencore, the commodities giant that suddenly finds itself at the epicentre of a global panic, has investors questioning whether a sudden plunge could happen again
Anglo American has closed its office in Mozambique, 18 months after calling off the R5.2bn purchase of a majority stake in a coal asset in the country.
Glencore's share price has eased again despite the company's assurances to
investors that its debt-cutting plans remain on track.
Glencore is cutting a further 340 jobs in South Africa as the company closes depleted coal mines to withstand a downturn in commodity prices.
As a beleaguered Glencore fights to staunch losses in equity and debt markets, China may be sizing up the assets with a particular eye on its copper mines.
The value of rough diamonds exports from Botswana's mines has fallen 15% in the first six months of the year to $1.7bn.
Glencore has more than halved the previous day's 30% plunge after it assured investors its business was "operationall financially robust".
Mining giant Rio Tinto is selling its stake in an Australian coal mine for US$606m, as slowing demand from China hits commodity prices hard.
Shares in mining giant Glencore have crashed 27.5% in Hong Kong, hammered by weak commodity prices and as a brokerage warned about the group's future.
Glencore, the miner and commodity trader headed by billionaire Ivan Glasenberg, has dropped as much 17.4%, the biggest one-day drop since it started trading in 2011.
A user wants to know if she can claim management fees as a tax deduction
Cees Bruggemans is clarifying that global 'what ifs' aren't forecasts, but questions.
The emissions debacle could put more pressure on marginal platinum-rich producers.
The Kgalagadi Lodge co-founder shares his entrepreneurial journey.
Why so many South Africans have carved out hugely successful careers in the UK.
Sadtu vows to fight the National Annual Assessments plan the same way it did apartheid.
You can buy your dream home if it's within your means and you can afford bond repayments.
Passion is what sustains you when you hit business hurdles, says Mogau Seshoene.
A businessman is accused of inflating transport costs to shift profit from the mine to his Seychelles company.
Volkswagen’s emissions scandal may be another blow for platinum prices trading at a six-year low.
MTN aims to make five South Africans millionaires in a summer promotion.
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