The public protector says SA's valuable marine resources are being put at risk.
African companies are expanding rapidly thanks to the region's unique risks and opportunities.
Polite compliments and vagueness mask the rumblings of political disquiet at the power utility.
Anti-poverty groups condemn the first global trade deal since the creation of the World Trade Organisation.
Speculation over tapering of monetary stimulus in the US takes its toll on the rand again.
A lower-than-expected inflation increase means there is less chance of a repo rate hike in the next quarter, say analysts.
The Nigerian-based Dangote Group will embark on a $16-billion expansion drive in over 18 countries over the next four years.
The gold mining company is seeking Wits Gold's operations to extend the life of its nearby Beatrix mine and unlock value.
Barclays Africa is giving its tellers iPads and offering mobile apps to try to win back market share from Capitec, Standard Bank and Nedbank.
Renewables projects have provided new jobs with higher salaries and brought new economic activity into the Northern Cape.
Amcu has received permission to strike at Lonmin over demands for a minimum basic wage of R12 500 per month for its members.
ArcelorMittal boss Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita will replace Humphrey Borkum in 2014, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange has said.
Enterprises ranging from retailers to mines and bank headquarters will close for the former president's funeral.
In the run-up to Nelson Mandela's memorial service, the luxury hotel has cancelled exisiting bookings in order to accomodate dignitaries.
As US budget negotiations keep markets on their toes, South Africa is set to eye October's mining and manufacturing reports and retail trade figures.
At a special council meeting, the City of Cape Town has approved an operating budget of R72-million for a contingency plan to Mandela's passing.
Travel agencies say top-tier hotels and rental cars in Johannesburg and Cape Town have been booked out as dignitaries prepare to enter the country.
In a move unprecedented in its 125-year history, the Johannesburg stock exchange stalled trading for five minutes on Friday in a tribute to Mandela.
Critics say that Sanral should have questioned the escalating costs of the highway project.
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