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.
Eskom acting CEO Matshela Koko has revealed how renewable energy costs are suffocating Eskom’s finances, but energy analysts have queried the science behind his calculations.
Despite a number of government interventions in 2016, municipalities owing money to Eskom have still defaulted on electricity bills.
The Ministry for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has backed calls by Eskom for defaulting municipalities to pay their debts, as 13 areas fail to make payment plans.
The National Union of Mineworkers has expressed its dismay at the move by Exxaro to transform itself from a black-owned company to a black-empowered one.
Eskom has suspended planned supply interruptions to three more municipalities after reaching payment agreements with them.
Eskom has suspended power cuts to five municipalities, who together with others, owe Eskom R10.2bn in debt.
This year could be a bumper one for South Africa’s renewable energy programme as prices could drop if the sector can sort out its problems with Eskom.
Eskom will be at a crossroads in 2017. This year will see the utility define an energy policy that will shape its future for the next two decades as it faces increasing financial pressure.
One of Eskom’s black empowerment schemes is under investigation after at least 800 investors were allegedly swindled out of their hard-earned money.
Acting Eskom CEO Matshela Koko says the utility will support major growth in the renewable energy sector from 2021, when he believes prices will come down.
Acting Eskom CEO Matshela Koko says Eskom and government stakeholders are nearly ready to present a solution that will enable it to sign power purchase agreements.
An analyst concludes that buying instead of renting is best option when comes to property.
We take a look at the outlook for the EU in our Pessimist's Guide to 2017.
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.
State-owned power utility Eskom says it did not “usurp” the nuclear new build procurement programme from the Department of Energy in 2016.
The CSIR has refuted Eskom’s cost calculations regarding renewable energy, after the utility said surplus power caused a net loss of R9bn to the economy.
Mobile network Vodacom won't bill data-usage for a free basic version of Facebook, joining the likes of Cell C in offering zero-rated social networks.
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