SA needs visible law enforcement to reduce our ghastly road death toll, says Mandi Smallhorne.
A group of Midrand workers won't give up the fight for their right to jobs and pensions.
Edward Ingram explains how central bankers got it so wrong and proposes a solution.
The World Bank expects South Africa’s GDP to grow at 1.1% this year, but cautions inflationary pressures and unemployment will continue to weigh on consumer spending.
Zimbabwean manufacturers want a speedy resolution to the payment backlogs and the costing structure of the business environment that has crippled companies and businesses.
Rating agency Moody’s says liquidity stress, low growth and political risk are contributing to the negative outlook placed on sub-Saharan African countries.
Lagos is suffering a hangover from a construction binge as Nigeria wrestles to overcome a damaging recession.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has ended 2016 25.84% stronger, a year that most analysts had predicted a double digit negative close.
Here's a list of some of the things we think Zimbabweans would rather not experience again or wish away in 2017.
Zambia has ordered the national air force into action to fight a plague of pests that has invaded maize crops and threatens vital food supplies.
Gabon’s bonds this month have returned more than any other dollar-denominated sovereign notes in emerging markets.
From afar, it’s hard to imagine Zimbabwe getting much worse before it gets better. But speak to Zimbabweans and they will tell you that the picture is grim on the ground.
Eskom is receiving 900 megawatts of power from a hydropower dam in Mozambique out of a possible 1 300 megawatts because of a fault at one of the turbines.
The insecurity in the Democratic Republic of Congo is hindering the potential for cocoa cultivation to open a way for an agricultural middle class to emerge.
Zuma will remain president for some time, and state capture and corruption are endemic.
Holiday makers paid up to R100 000 a night to stay in top level villas in Cape Town.
With the economy doing terribly and political support declining, the party looks totally lost.
Toni Glass turned her love for tea into a unique business that is highly successful in SA.
Use this month-by-month guide to get your finances back on track for the new year.
Once-thriving Milan reflects the result of ruinous socialist economics - a warning to SA.
Quality public education is the key to solving unemployment and poverty.
Tech-savvy millennials are taking on freelance “gigs”, with some abandoning permanent jobs.
Ethiopia has inaugurated a hydroelectric dam that aims to double the country's electricity output, but which critics say is a threat to locals and a UNESCO-listed lake in Kenya.
Zimbabwe is pushing through a new mining legislation that will push large mining companies to compulsorily release excess mining ground, officials say.
A local start up aims to be the Uber-solution to delivering a parcel to its user, where ever and whenever they need – tracking the package en route.
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