Cosatu president S’dumo Dlamini has denied that the trade union federation had investments in labour brokering companies.
Cosatu North West secretary Solly Phetoe has been chosen as the deputy general secretary of the federation.
Some of the small tasks you perform every day are contributing to the emission of carbon dioxide.
Cosatu has officially closed the chapter on the expulsions of Numsa and and former secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi.
DBSA reports a 149.9 percent hike in profit, from R572 million to R1.4 billion, for the six months to the end of September.
Emerging markets face another wave of ratings downgrades next year, with the Africa/Middle East region potentially given a 'negative outlook'.
Increasing debt in SA households and excessive access to easy credit is "the biggest time bomb" facing the country.
The Presidency on Thursday said the government was in the process of “finalising” the appointment of a new SAA board.
Naspers is planning to expand its video-streaming competitor to Netflix into three new continents next year.
South African companies are becoming reluctant to raise long-term funding as the country’s economic outlook deteriorates.
Amendments to the Cosatu constitution have now been deferred to its central executive committee meeting.
When Woolworths said it was going to remove sweets and chocolates from checkout aisles, many consumers were pleased.
South Africans can look forward to slightly lower fuel prices in December, predicts the AA.
Coal of Africa and Universal Coal say they have agreed the terms of a reverse takeover of CoAL in a deal worth $91 million.
The future looks scary in the mining industry, former National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) general secretary Frans Baleni says.