Government is currently working on an updated national identification system with the ultimate goal of building a ‘future-fit’ Home Affairs.
Cyril Ramaphosa and the ANC have been returned to power. But what agenda will he set for the months and years ahead? Watch The State of the Nation address wherever you are on DStv Now.
South African Airways (SAA) yesterday urged the South African Airways Pilots’ Association (Saapa) to cease threatening to strike.
Sasfin Bank has established a Digital Advisory Council, aimed at providing the market with expertise and insights on trends shaping the use of technology in financial services.
The FNB/BER Building Confidence Index has increased by only 4index points to 29points in the second quarter of 2019.
South Africa’s headline consumer inflation inched higher to 4.5% year on year in May from 4.4% in April.
Boris Johnson extended his lead over his rivals in the race to become Britain’s next prime minister, and looked poised to pick up more votes as the hardest Brexiteer in the contest was eliminated.
South Africa has a dire youth unemployment rate of over 38%, with recent unemployment stats signifying an increase in overall unemployment rates.
South Africa’s annual inflation quickened in May, with the rate reaching the midpoint of the central bank’s target range as higher food and beverage prices contributed to the increase.
Some FNB customers took to social media on Tuesday (19 June) noting an increase in their account balances.
Online insurance distribution company, SureStart has acquired CompareGuru, an independent insurance comparison platform, from Silvertree Internet Holdings.
The MultiChoice Group has moved swiftly to cover its flanks from over-the-top providers like Netflix and YouTube as it reported growth.
SA lagging behind other economies, but new Silk Route and Chinese Belt and Road Initiative promising writes Ryk de Klerk.
Entrepreneurs claiming R280m from bank for infringement of a card-blocking software patent they developed
Li Ka-Shing has pledged to pay tuition fees for a group of Chinese students through his foundation.
We take a look at the latest business news this morning and top stories from our newsrooms across SA, Africa, and the world.
Claim that it is not for auditors to probe any fictitious entries in the financials is flawed writes Sechaba ka’Nkosi.
On Tuesday afternoon some of the bank’s customers started to post on social media that their bank balances had increased.
How much money security guards get paid in South Africa – and why government is keeping tabs on them
The Department of Employment and Labour will host a Private Security Sector Seminar next week, as it has identified the sector as ‘high risk’ when it comes to compliance with labour laws.
The gloves are off at Old Mutual as under-fire Peter Moyo threatened to approach the courts to challenge the company’s plan to axe him.
Resource-rich Africa is blessed with the highest concentration of natural resources writes Jerome Boyet, CEO of TMH Africa.