Africa needs to move from being an extractive-based set of economies to ones based on learning, writes Calestous Juma.
Climate activists seeking to pull investors into their camp are pushing Exxon Mobil and Chevron to limit money spent on exploration.
SA’s Reserve Bank urged local institutions to boost their security after criminals used counterfeit Standard Bank cards to ...
Taste Holdings, which recently brought Starbucks to SA, pays a hefty price for its expansion strategy as it reverses its previous profitable position.
Microsoft is set to slash as many as 1 850 jobs as CEO Satya Nadella pares back the company’s ambitions in smartphones.
Talks on a national minimum wage for South Africa have effectively deadlocked, dashing hopes of its implementation this year.
European equities climbed to a four-week high on Wednesday, with energy shares rising on the back of a rally in oil.
The Hang Seng Index rose 2.7 percent on Wednesday, while the China Enterprises Index gained 2.8 percent.
Furniture retailer Lewis says its full-year profit fell 26.5% as consumers continued to face a tough economic climate.
Tsogo Sun’s gambling and accommodation sales grew more than expected in the last quarter.
Marks & Spencer chief Steve Rowe’s strategy to reboot the UK retailer’s moribund clothing business gets a cool reception from investors.
Huawei Technologies files patent suits against Samsung in the US and China after the two weren’t able to reach a licensing deal.
Bayer is sure it can overcome Monsanto’s concerns about the regulatory risks related to a proposed deal.
Zimbabwe says its elephant population is twice what can be supported by available food and land.
Regulatory pressure in Nigeria hit MTN’s organic revenue, but the telecoms company is confident about its future prospects.