Business Report published an article recently addressing the fact that Millennials’ basic living expenses were getting them into debt. Getting out of debt is mandatory. Figuring out how you got there in the first place, and why, is optional. And this applies to all South Africans, not just the Millennials. It takes insight, patience and perseverance. The article […]

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has announced that the VAT will be increased from 14% to 15%.

Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel says that cutting down data costs will be a priority as part of an attempt to align the South African economy with the fourth industrial revolution.

Facebook may soon have a “downvote” button, but only for comments.

The South African government says that it will not interfere with Multichoice’s decision to remove the Africa News Network 7 (ANN7) channel from the DSTV bouquet when the contract expires in August.

Viceroy Research, the company that highlighted the major financial shortcomings of the Steinhoff group, has now moved on to Capitec Bank.

A UN based magazine which tracks the global movement towards the legalisation of cannabis believes that if dagga is grown and exported legally across the African continent, the economy could see up to R983 billion in profits.

Members of the South African Commercial‚ Catering and Allied Workers Union and Congress of South African Trade Unions (Saccawu) from Shoprite/Checkers outlets across South Africa are expected to go on strike on Friday, one of the busiest days in the retail industry.

On Thursday morning SABC employees downed tools once again.

The South African wine industry is anticipating an extremely small harvest on account of the water shortage in the Western Cape.



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