Allan Greenblo looks at the leadership concerns around the 'Twin Peaks' regulatory model.
When unions later this year start to demand double digit pay rises, don't be surprised, says Terry Bell.
ANC general secretary Gwede Mantashe rebukes those who feel SA can't afford nuclear power.
National Oil Corp in western Libya has warned traders against loading “illicit” cargoes of oil at Hariga port in the eastern part of the country.
Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has declared the El Niño induced drought a state of national disaster as millions of people face hunger.
Expat Zimbabweans living and working in other countries such as SA, the UK and the US have remitted nearly $1bn back home in 2015.
Zimbabwe's government has widened its tax bracket to include VAT on nearly 40 imported basic food commodities as the country’s revenue performance disappoints.
The World Bank says Zimbabwe's economy will grow at 1.5% this year, which is slower than the government's estimate of 2.7%.
Strong investment flows to Africa will sustain high economic growth on the continent even amid low oil prices and a slowdown in China, the African Development Bank head says.
Shares of Flour Mills of Nigeria have shown a marked increase as they increased the most in 14 months as a stake sale to Lafarge Africa buoyed profit.
The International Monetary Fund stands ready to help sub-Saharan Africa's oil exporters cope with plunging crude prices and growing fiscal pressures.
Senegal has hailed the discovery of offshore gas reserves estimated at 450 billion cubic metres as a game changer for the west African nation.
The 300MW excess electricity Eskom has agreed to supply to both Zimbabwe and Zambia is allowing mining operations across the region to intensify production.
Procter and Gamble is the top firm to work for in Africa, with DStv, Microsoft, Shell, JP Morgan, GE and Dangote also ranked among the best 100 firms to work for.
Simon Brown looks at what investors should take into account before selling a stock.
While undoubtedly serious, a downgrade threat to sub-investment grade must be in context, says Na...
After three weeks of battling with Telkom I think I am losing my mind, says Susan Erasmus.
Tamra Veley says should not see business as a threat, but an asset to the economy.
The reserve bank is worried as it expects repo rate to be higher than 7.5% by the end of 2016.
The GetSmarter CEO shares how e-learning is improving lives through education.
How SA businesspeople can emulate e-commerce giant Alibaba's recipe for success.
The debate around Dr Kemm's comments about the proposed nuclear plan rages on.
Zimbabwe's business community says a proposed 49% electricity tariff increase by the country's power utility is unaffordable and will reduce competitiveness.
Somalia received a pledge of aid from Saudi Arabia on the same day it announced it was cutting ties with Saudi rival Iran, a document seen by Reuters shows.
Globalisation is giving cyber criminals an opportunity to launch attacks in vulnerable African countries as a springboard to international targets, says a security company.
Necessary to protect local networks
Bad, as it will stifle competition
I don’t care, I don’t think it affects me
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