European markets see sharp losses after disappointing eurozone data, but some local stocks push higher anyway
Possibilists allow data and possibilities to emerge and enlighten us — and the data and possibilities we possess on this continent are potentially quite astounding
ANC head of elections Fikile Mbalula gave testimony before the Zondo inquiry into state capture on Friday‚ speaking on the looting of state resources and his relationship with the controversial Gupta ...
Political analyst Daniel Silke talks to Business Day TV about the high number of parties contesting the 2019 elections
Dream team for Vedanta as Chris Sheppard joins former AngloGold Ashanti boss to head the Zambian copper business.
Goldman Sachs says load-shedding could subtract 0.3 percentage points of economic growth in the first quarter
Economic development minister Ebrahim Patel says his department wants to make sure that the Competition Commission and Competition Tribunal are efficient to ensure that they are ready to implement ...
Attorney general William Barr said he may be able to provide lawmakers with the special counsel’s principal conclusions “as soon as this weekend”
SA’s ambassador to the UN welcomed the council’s resolution, saying that barring Caster Semenya is like excluding a child from class for having a high IQ
No vintage is the same so success is never absolute, but rather a reflection of the best possible
The utility and government have apologised for severe load-shedding, but cannot say when it will stop
The world's largest oil trader notes the trend towards alternative energy sources and is investing in technologies to that end
However, the tribunal has added new BEE and trade conditions
This is the second highest pay on record for Ben van Beurden since he became CEO in 2014 and received €24.2m that year
Largest offshore discovery in years made in time to avert decline of the country's industry
Utility company will sell €2bn worth of assets in Portugal and Spain, and raise another €4bn via an asset rotation programme until 2022
The City has fired its second employee in a week over alleged misconduct related to R126m contract to build a substation in Eldorado Park
Tariff increases are more than twice the upper limit of the Reserve Bank’s 3%-6% inflation range
Outgoing president Joseph Kabila’s belated assent to one of the contested deals with Dig Oil suggests the state may be seeking ways to avoid paying the penalty
The pan-African fuel retailer believes its bold moves into the continent will pay off
Exxon Mobil says annual capital outlays will average $32bn to the end of 2020, a 24% increase from 2018
Power utility submitted a new strategy proposal to department of enterprises months ago, but is yet to receive response
Alternative energy company, Renergen, says a US developmental financier has recognised the strategic importance of developing its Free State gas field
The watchdog has recommended the deal go through subject to several conditions including that there be no retrenchments at Chevron SA as a result of the merger
Company will focus its investments on energy services, renewable energy and infrastructure in the next three years
Country surpasses traditional suppliers such as Qatar, Nigeria and Algeria, as well as newcomer US
Gas bearing reservoir could represent 5-trillion to 8-trillion cubic feet of gas
The largest gas find in recent history is not just a boon for Mozambique, but a potential windfall for SA too
Sasol joint-CEO Bongani Nqwababa talks to Business Day TV about the group’s half-year results
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