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South African Airways board chair Dudu Myeni’s bid to allegedly “sabotage” the appointment of a CEO for the airline has resulted in a fresh call for her to be fired.
Facebook has unveiled plans to launch a fresh app later this year, aimed at helping influencers better manage video content on its platform.
Google said Friday it would stop scanning the contents of Gmail users' inboxes for ad targeting, moving to end a practice that has fueled privacy concerns since the free email service was launched.
President Jacob Zuma has backed the controversial new Mining Charter‚ saying it would not adversely affect the sector‚ but would bring about much-needed change in the industry.
Ford South Africa has announced another fire-risk related recall — this time on its entry-level Figo and Ikon models.
Combing through your bank statement should be done habitually to ensure all the debit orders are correct and authorised.
In an effort to create a platform for donors to sponsor student fees‚ Standard Bank and Feenix Trust launched a crowdfunding initiative in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
There was no objection to a public hearing into some of the circumstances around a 2013 South African Airways plan to buy planes from Airbus‚ the Companies Tribunal heard on Monday.
There is no collusion to fix prices in the beef industry‚ Karan Beef said on Monday‚ after its head office was raided by the Competition Commission as part of an investigation into allegations of price fixing.
Internet pioneer Yahoo ended its two-decade run as an independent company on Tuesday, completing the sale of its core online assets to telecom giant Verizon.
Agriculture in South Africa is weathering the economic storm‚ despite a recent recession.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is set to meet with the business community on Tuesday after‚ at the last minute‚ postponing his much anticipated media briefing scheduled for Friday to outline government’s roadmap out of a sluggish economy.
The rand was relatively composed on Monday morning‚ suggesting that a credit rating downgrade by Moody’s on Friday had been largely priced.
The rand strengthened against major currencies on Friday afternoon‚ with growing expectation in the market that ratings agency Moody’s would hold off on a two-notch cut that would bring SA’s credit rating to subinvestment grade.
South African Poultry Association CEO Kevin Lovell says the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza — known as bird flu — in Zimbabwe’s poultry industry is “very worrying“.
The “Big Four” grocery retail stores should no longer be allowed to have divisions selling various types of unrelated products.
Long-serving national Treasury official Dondo Mogajane has been appointed as its new director general.
Cabinet has called on business‚ labour and society generally to partner with government “as a matter of urgency” to arrest the decline in economic growth.
The Competition Commission has approved Coal of Africa’s (CoAL) acquisition of Pan-African Resources Coal Holdings (PAR Coal).
The rand was softer on Wednesday morning on the shock news that SA’s economy was officially in recession.