The JSE is dragged down by an extended mining rout amid a sharp drop in the copper price, attributed to production cuts in Chile and Indonesia
Provinces are allocated 43.4% of state funds, and we should watch closely how they spend them, write Bhavna Ramji and Tebogo Sephakgamela
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi "displayed incompetence in carrying out her responsibility as shareholder representative."
The EFF leader appeared in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court, over calls for people to occupy land
Barclays Africa CEO Maria Ramos speaks about a tough operating environment, pressure for transformation in the sector and the separation from Barclays Plc
The Department of Energy says the rand appreciated against the dollar leading to a lower contribution to the basic fuels price
The Beverage Association of SA welcomes the small respite for drinks manufacturers and importers in Pravin Gordhan budget
Germany may refocus its economic policy towards Asia given Trump’s pursuit of protectionism, as China pushes past the US and France
Returning flyhalf becomes youngest captain of Bulls
A 250% hike in royalty fees to a performers’ rights organisation means no Rihanna or Beyoncé but plenty of Glen Miller, Mozart and some foxtrot
Earthlife Africa is asking the court to revoke the environmental impact assessment for the proposed Thabametsi power station
Average prices of buffalo are down 71%, golden wildebeest bulls 61% and black impala rams 78% as restrictions imposed on trophy hunting
The plants are part of the government’s plan to stop polluted mine water from reaching a certain level below the surface‚ which affects SA’s water sources
Funded by Saving Private Rhino, and with around the clock security, the Aquila Private Game Reserve orphanage will raise and rehabilitate rhino calves
The Agricultural Research Council warns of armyworm — already reported in nine provinces — threats to spread to sugarcane in KwaZulu-Natal
South African Weather Service says the storm is now classified as a tropical depression‚ which means winds have dropped significantly
Heavy rainfall of 100mm to 200mm per day is being forecast for southern Mozambique and parts of South Africa as they are hit by the formidable storm system
The insects feed on staple crops which could lead to food shortages. It is feared 40% of Zambia’s maize crop could be lost this year as 124,000 hectares has ...
Draft norms and standards for the management and monitoring of leopard hunting were issued this week and aim to stabilise the leopard population
Protesters handed over a memorandum of demands to EnviroServ regarding their Shongweni landfill, which they say is causing the environment and people harm
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