The agreement equates to an average increase of 6.5% over the three-year period, Gold Fields said.
‘We have to date not experienced the level of appreciation and cooperation’ from the UAE, Lamola said.
Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan said on Friday that Cabinet agreed to give up 51% in SAA to a consortium.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is expected to make an announcement on the future of the troubled state-owned airline South African Airways (SAA) on Friday morning.
Big upgrades planned for the Post Office in South Africa – including online car licences, passports and IDs
The South Africa Post Office (SAPO) aims to ramps up the government services it offers to customers as part of an ongoing modernisation effort.
FNB has launched a dynamic new brand communication campaign, #TheChangeables, to celebrate South Africans who take challenges in their stride, transform obstacles into opportunities, and embrace change as a way of building a better future for themselves and others.
The dollar fell for a second day, while gold caught a bid as an inflation hedge.
Since lockdown started, there has been an influx of buyers from Gauteng into the Garden Route, because more people can now work from home.
Private motorists and business fleets in South Africa should familiarise themselves with the incoming Administration Adjudication of Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act and accompanying demerit system, says Fines SA.
Global Airways and Harith General Partners to take a 51% shareholding in state airline.
South Africa agreed to sell a majority stake in the country’s grounded national carrier to a local jet-leasing company and private-equity firm, ridding the government of an entity that has long been a drain on state finances.
‘If we make better financial decisions we are ultimately better off financially…we’ll have more money and we’ll retire better’: Adam Gottlich, head of behavioural science – client solutions, Standard Bank.
Finance minister Tito Mboweni says that the Treasury is increasingly being asked to intervene in the financial affairs of municipalities across South Africa as they are unable to provide basic services.
Africa is heading into a third wave of coronavirus infections as the least-inoculated continent faces a shortage of vaccines.
Global plastics production declined slightly in 2020 as a result of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, only the third time since World War 2 that output has fallen, an industry body said Thursday.