Uncertainty over political developments and the timing of a US interest rate hike keep dollar in check
The budget is about more than taxes — it is the platform for creating more inclusive growth, and technology can be harnessed to achieve that, writes Ajen Sita
Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says SA has capitalised the country’s status as a value-for-money destination, offering experiences for all tourist markets
The party plans to ditch small coalitions for active participation in governance in 2019, says Julius Malema
The founders of Africrest Properties and StandOut Properties made the decision after buying buildings together in the past three years
But the index is still in expansion territory, the Manufacturing Circle says, and it is expecting a strong rebound in the current quarter
Marcus Msomi, founder of Carwash Supreme based in Durban, shares how he started his business with R22,000 and now employs 95 people
The International Renewable Energy Agency predicts the rapidly falling cost of solar energy on a sun-rich continent makes the rise of solar power inevitable
The meeting begins on Tuesday and then Infantino leaves for Harare on Thursday to attend the birthday party of Zimbabwe football chief Philip Chiyangwa
Fred Khumalo resuscitates the story of how, a century ago, 618 black South African soldiers drowned as the SS Mendi sank and provides an insight into their ill-treatment during the First World War, ...
The energy producer says there was no production damage by tropical cyclone Dineo to SA customers’ only source of natural gas
The power utility says negotiations are on track with New Development Bank and the African Development Bank for loans that underpin renewable energy expansion
The Financial Mail today publishes the unsanitised version of one of the earliest versions of the notorius Dentons report.
Eskom caused alarm in the sector in July 2016 when it said it would not sign on any more IPPs to the grid because of concerns about affordability
Industry body says President Jacob Zuma’s statement in the state of the nation address is clear sign of support for the renewable energy programme.
After inviting the media, power utility says it has been advised that the report must be released only to those who had requested access to it
The new Promotion of Access to Information Act requests follow Eskom’s surprise U-turn on public access
The electricity supplier goes back on its word to set the record straight and release report by law firm Dentons to the public
BP is falling behind competitors in one crucial measure of its resilience to oil’s slum
With Donald Trump’s support of coal, oil and gas might see the investment guarantee agencies back coal-fired projects in Africa
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