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Zimbabwe has changed its empowerment law to limit majority ownership by state entities to only diamond and platinum mines.
Following Facebook and Google’s footsteps, Twitter is set to ban a range of cryptocurrency advertising.
Apple is designing and producing its own device displays for the first time, using a secret manufacturing facility near its California headquarters.
One of the flagship events of the financial advice world was the annual Investment Forum held at Sun City, writes Amelia Morgenrood.
A unit of Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing has submitted an application to raise R18.84bn through an issuance of asset-backed securities.
Standard Chartered launched its first African online-only bank in Ivory Coast on Friday.
Facebook faced new calls for regulation from within US Congress and was hit with questions about personal data safeguards.
JSE-listed diversified mining and minerals company African Rainbow Minerals share price rose more than 12% on the JSE on Friday.
Siemens’ biggest work in Africa is power, not just power plants writes Sabine Dall’Omo.
According to reports, the South African carrier allegedly intends to fire 1 000 people, after it suffered a colossal R5.6 billion net loss in 2017.
Sars said on Monday that it was "deeply concerned and disturbed" at the ongoing media onslaught, especially against its Commissioner Tom Moyane.
The SA pork industry says it has been dealt a major blow in an effort to curb the deadly listeriosis which has claimed more than 180 lives.
Vodacom was ruled against by the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASASA) due to a “misleading and dishonest” advert.
Tiger brands faces claims to the tune of R425m for the listeria outbreak that has to date killed 180 people in just 14 months
Investec said it expected its Asset Management and Wealth & Investment divisions to report improved results for the year to end March.
Shoprite removed all Farmer’s Deli Red and Smoked Viennas from its shelves until the products get the all clear as an added precautionary measure.
Netcare, said the Competition Tribunal approved its acquisition of Akeso Clinics, a chain of psychiatric health facilities, for R1.3bn.
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Robert Mugabe is reportedly pleading poverty, claiming that he declared all his assets outside the country following an amnesty call by Mnangagwa.
Tiger Brands said it expected its meat products unit to record a monthly loss of up to R33m after it suspended operations at four sites.