At 1540 GMT the rand was 0.12% firmer at R16.90 per dollar, after hitting a four-week high of R16.79 earlier.
Oracle on Wednesday said it is now offering to put all of its cloud computing technology inside its customers’ data centers.
Financial conduct regulator says insurers are acting contrary to Treating Customers Fairly principles and it may issue directives against “non-compliant” companies.
Consulting firm Capgemini has published its latest World Wealth Report, which tracks the spending and investing habits of the world’s high net worth individuals.
‘A vaccine could be made commercial as early as the beginning of next year,’ said Shabir Madhi
Trade union Solidarity called on the Minerals Council SA and the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy to reach an agreement out of court.
Output falls 49.4% y/y.
The World Coal Association appointed July Ndlovu, the chief executive of Anglo American’s coal business in South Africa, as its new chairman.
Private health group Melomed has published a new video highlighting what it is like to work inside one of South Africa’s Covid-19 ICU wards.
Alphabet began offering the world’s first commercial high-speed internet using balloons to villagers in remote regions of Kenya’s Rift Valley.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has called into question a multi-million rand medical scooter project launched by the Eastern Cape Department of Health, following admission by health minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize that scooters do not meet the basic Emergency Medical Services (EMS) regulations.
Insurance firms which had refused to pay out companies, claiming for business interruption due to the Covid-19 lockdown, were recently dealt a blow
SARS will from August, begin to assess a significant number of taxpayers automatically, based on data received from employers, financial institutions, medical schemes, retirement annuity fund administrators and other third-party data providers.
Zimbabwe’s biggest bank plans to buy several smaller lenders in a consolidation drive to leave the troubled southern African nation.
Business group Sakeliga says that members of the public should obtain proper legal advice for their unique situations before trying to confront gaps and illegalities in the country’s lockdown regulations.
Manufacturing production fell by 49.4 percent year-on-year in April compared to a year ago, says Statistics SA
Stats SA has published its mid-year population estimates for 2020, showing how the country’s population numbers have grown over the last 12 months.
The group said in its annual report yesterday that chief executive Hendrik du Toit scored a cool £500 000, while finance director Kim McFarland took home £400 000.
As coronavirus cases exceed 500 000.
After contracting in March.
‘This will save lives and save (the) economy.’