Many ANC leaders were surprised by the appointment of an electricity minister, with some saying the new minister would merely serve as a temporary “project manager”.
As parents buy up uniforms for the new school year, the Competition Commission urges compliance with previously published guidelines.
Organised crime syndicates across the country are holding the economy at a knife's edge.
On top of suffering at the hands of thieves and saboteurs, Eskom now has to deal with the investigations as well.
Investec CEO Fani Titi said that poor management, corruption, and the overall failures of Eskom and Transnet would keep South Africa in crisis unless the government takes some difficult decisions.
In recovery from riots and floods, the coastal town of Durban is facing another blow to its economy.
South Africa is set to receive $8.5 billion (R150 billion) worth of investment from the international community to assist the country in its shift away from fossil-fuel - however, the country's imminent greylisting could prove to be a major barrier.
As South Africa's remaining airlines struggle to return to pre-Covid levels of operations - and new stresses like the jet fuel rationing at Cape Town International Airport take hold - flights over the next few months will remain limited, putting…
FNB CEO Jacques Celliers says that if South Africa cannot get an extension on the possible greylisting by the FATF it may have dire consequences on the economy.
Civil society groups raise concern over an en masse run on retirement funds leaving no room for liquidity.