Calling zama-zamas illegal is a case of criminalising an act of entrepreneurship.
Faster networks and consumer habits have led to perceptions of vanishing data, says Vodacom.
We need to ask ourselves what role we all play in stealing from the poor, says Solly Moeng.
President Jacob Zuma is caught between court action if he doesn’t sign a bill to help fight money-laundering, or flak from a business body if it isn’t constitutionally tested.
Business Leadership South Africa has yet again appealed to the government to deal with concerns about threats to the Treasury and the financial sector.
The proposed tax on soft drinks may generate only R4.4bn of the R7.5bn that was estimated and could result in up to 70 700 job losses, according to a report.
The decision by the SA Reserve Bank to keep the repo rate unchanged sends a positive message to home buyers and the residential property market in general.
The Department of Transport must urgently pay about R5.3m to technology firm Tasima, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ruled.
The period of stable interest rates offers indebted consumers an ideal opportunity to reduce their lending, says FNB CEO Jacques Celliers.
South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has announced that the monetary policy committee has decided to leave the interest rate unchanged.
Reacting to Sanral's latest defeat in the Cape Winelands toll saga, the agency says it will decide on a new course of action to address congestion and urban development.
Leaked information that a PR firm knew about a mooted judicial inquiry into banks was likely an attempt to intimidate Pravin Gordhan, says DA MP David Maynier.
SA is in deep danger of losing its investment-grade credit rating and must reassure investors of its commitment to fiscal stability, says De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver.
High brining levels as practised in SA are nothing more than commercial exploitation of consumers, according to the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters of SA.
Shiley Zinn overcame teen pregnancy and setbacks to achieve business success.
Who are the diamonds and the dogs this quarter? Check up on your fund's performance.
An expert unpacks the difference between return on assets and return on investments.
In business, is instant messaging a useful tool or an invasion of privacy?
Learn how to stand your ground and earn the respect of your colleagues.
There is growing support for an investment boycott of SA's key state-owned entities.
Strategies to make the most of the situation when your manager is less than brilliant.
In the last 2 weeks since the finance minister's Hawks woes, SA has lost R100bn.
Privatisation may be the only viable option for struggling state-owned enterprises, according to the South African Institute of Race Relations.
If SA doesn’t have nuclear power by 2035, the country will be in the same position as in 2008 when there was a serious power shortage, Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has warned.
Twitter shares soared the most in more than two years Friday after CNBC said the company may soon receive a takeover offer.
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