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Eskom said Phakamani Hadebe will step down as chief executive officer of the heavily indebted South African state power utility at the end of July.
A Gupta-linked middleman company slipped into a Transnet deal and spiked the price of relocating a locomotive-manufacturing venue from Gauteng to Durban from a mere R9.7m to about R700m.
For four years Murray Cox has been publishing reports that cast Airbnb as a big-city housing-villain, but the company had never reached out to him before.
With just two tournaments left in the 2018/19 World Sevens Series competition, the Blitzboks only a mathematical chance of defending their world title.
David Pilling writes in the Financial Times that while corruption and the state-owned enterprises are important, Cyril Ramaphosa needs to find a way in the next five years to make South Africa a fairer place.
Sinesipho Maninjwa cuts through the political smoke-and-mirrors to set out what's happening and how companies that could be in your portfolio, like Apple, might be affected by the Huawei fiasco.
An emotional Theresa May announced she will quit as Britain’s prime minister after admitting she had failed to deliver the one task that defined her time in office - taking the country out of the European Union.
Old Mutual suspended Chief Executive Officer Peter Moyo over a conflict of interest involving his investment firm NMT Capital.
Standard Bank said Lonmin investors should reject Sibanye Gold’s takeover offer as it undervalues the platinum miner’s assets by as much as R6.64bn.