Petrol price to drop!
Dec 28, 2012 at 05:17, SAST
The retail price of fuel will decrease at the start of January, the department of energy said.
Fiscal cliff looms over Obama
Dec 28, 2012 at 06:15, SAST
US President Barack Obama will host top congressional leaders including his bitter Republican rivals in a last-ditch bid to halt America's slide over the "fiscal cliff."
Refunds for some 1time fliers
Nov 4, 2012 at 13:23, SAST
Those 1time customers who booked their tickets through Absa and Standard Bank will get refunds.
Last petrol hike for 2012?
Sep 22, 2012 at 08:44, SAST
Following Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus’ announcement that motorists can expect another petrol price hike, economists say it should be the last increase for the year.
Denel signs 'turnaround' deal
Sep 18, 2012 at 10:49, SAST
State-owned arms company Denel signed a renegotiated agreement with Airbus Military yesterday, announced Denel Aerostructures CEO Ismail Dockrat.
Maritime firm threatens to sue
Aug 24, 2012 at 10:34, SAST
Maritime services company Smit Amandla Marine says it is losing patience with those who have made allegations that it was involved in corrupt business practices.
Price of bread to rise
Aug 11, 2012 at 07:25, SAST
Analysts warned that the price of bread will increase by at least 20% in the next two months.
Fitch downgrades SA's outlook
Jan 14, 2012 at 07:19, SAST
Ratings agency Fitch on Friday revised South Africa's outlook from stable to negative, citing the country's failure to create enough jobs and to speed up economic growth.
Medicines with DPP to be halted
Nov 16, 2011 at 08:14, SAST
The Medicines Control Council (MCC) and the Department of Health want to stop a company from marketing and selling medicines containing the ingredient dextropropoxyphene.
Downgrade will hurt country - DA
Nov 9, 2011 at 16:21, SAST
The Democratic Alliance says that South Africa's debt rating downgrade by ratings agency Moody's would further erode confidence in South Africa's economy.
Department taken aback by church stance on e-tolls
Today at 18:53, SAST
The transport department is willing to engage with various sections of South Africa about the contentious e-tolling system, it has said.
Hackers steal SAPS whistle-blower info
Today at 17:58, SAST
Whistle-blowers' information on crime has been downloaded when the official South African Police Service website was hacked into, says Sita.
Source: Mail & Guardian Online
Boston bomb investigators kill man
Today at 20:55, SAST
A Florida man was shot and killed as he became violent while being questioned by Boston bombing investigators, FBI officials say.
US mayor to push tornado shelter law
Today at 20:23, SAST
The mayor of the tornado-devastated town of Moore in Oklahoma vows to push for a new law on shelters, after Monday's deadly twister.
Source: BBC News
Mali: Benchmarks Needed To Hold Elections in July
Today at 18:15, SAST
[Bridges Institute]Mali burst onto the international scene in January 2012 when disgruntled fighters returning from Libya renewed their interest in a separate state carved from territory in northern Mali. Their success in destabilizing the north ...
Nigeria: Nigerians On the Run As Military Combats Boko Haram
Today at 14:43, SAST
[IRIN]Kano -Tens of thousands of residents of northeastern Nigeria's Borno State have fled their homes - thousands of them into neighbouring Niger and Cameroon - following airstrikes by Nigerian fighter jets on Boko Haram (BH) camps from 15 May.
Source: All Africa