1 hour 52 minutes ago
There's a load of bling buried in the Earth, but don't expect a diamond rush because these minerals far deeper than any drilling expedition has ever reached.
2 hours 14 minutes ago
As they paced the dark, wood-panelled corridors deep in the heart of the British Parliament, Theresa May’s government enforcers were getting desperate.
2 hours 37 minutes ago
The Transport Department has emerged victorious in a court battle over the eNaTIS system, saving it R33m.
3 hours 15 minutes ago
The Competition Amendment Bill will allow for a tougher crackdown on offenders to competition laws, including the issuing of fines for first offences.
3 hours 26 minutes ago
The South African Post Office and trade unions have reached an agreement over salary increases, bringing an end to the strike.
4 hours 21 minutes ago
Former foreign minister Boris Johnson urged the British government on Wednesday to change its strategy for leaving the EU, telling MPs it was "not too late to save Brexit".
5 hours 6 minutes ago
MTN’s sale of its Cyprus unit is just the start of a broader exit from small or problematic markets, with the Liberian unit leading a number of West African divisions being considered for disposal.
5 hours 37 minutes ago
The JSE closed firmer on Wednesday after a relatively muted trading session.
5 hours 44 minutes ago
Gold producing companies in wage bargaining talks with unions tabled pay increase offers ranging from 3% for skilled workers and 5.5% for underground employees.
6 hours 51 minutes ago
A roundup of Wednesday's top economic and finance reads on Fin24.
7 hours 48 minutes ago
Scientists predict the first person to live to 200 has already been born, but what would this mean for saving, marriage contracts and more?
8 hours 3 minutes ago
Weak retail sales and a better-than-expected June inflation number suggest the SARB may keep interest rates unchanged, says an FNB analyst.
8 hours 23 minutes ago
South Africans have until mid-August to comment on the newly published Taxation Laws Amendment Bill and the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill.
9 hours 23 minutes ago
Mandela is once again a political asset for those with the credibility to hold onto his coat-tails. Jacob Zuma could not invoke Mandela - but Ramaphosa can, says Daniel Silke.
10 hours 2 minutes ago
Will we always need to look back to the Mandela era for a credible leadership reference, or will we rise to the occasion this time? asks Solly Moeng.
10 hours 25 minutes ago
The EU is set to fine US internet giant Google several billion euros this week for freezing out rivals of its Android mobile phone system, sources said, in a ruling that risks fresh tensions with Washington.
10 hours 29 minutes ago
National Treasury has raised the alarm over officials who abuse the public procurement system through deviations from tender processes, saying the practice is rife and there is little accountability.
11 hours 43 minutes ago
CPI ticked up from 4.4% in May to 4.6% in June, which was slightly under the 4.8% expected by economists.
12 hours 20 minutes ago
Fuel prices have been steadily increasing since April due to a combination of higher global oil prices, higher fuel taxes and a weakening rand.
13 hours 8 minutes ago
The National Union of Mineworkers say wage negotiations with the power utility will resume on July 27.
24 minutes 28 seconds ago