Statistics South Africa has released its Quarterly Labour Force Survey for the fourth quarter of 2018, showing that South Africa ended last year with an unemployment rate of 27.1%.
This puts the unemployment rate at 0.4 of a percentage point lower than Q3 2018, where the rate
Cape Town - With just weeks to go to the launch of its manifesto, the DA is locked in intense discussions to wrap up its policies and attempt to squash internal squabbles ahead of elections.
The party is expected to outline its manifesto at an event
South Africa’s stock market is witnessing a paradox: foreign investors are selling in the local market but buying a US exchange-traded fund that invests in the shares at the fastest pace in 11 years.
On the Johannesburg exchange, foreigners sold a net R14.6 billion ($1.1 billion)
The president promised to unveil a package of measures to save Eskom to help the mining industry — and issued what delegates termed his ‘Ten Commandments’ for the mining sector.
Corrupt officials will end up “in orange overalls”, President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised investors concerned that
JOHANNESBURG – Eskom is to post a R20.1 billion loss for the financial year to March from the R15bn the embattled power utility forecast at its mid-year results.
Eskom chief financial officer Calib Cassim said while the utility managed to curb operational costs, its overall expenses widened