South Africa’s Sibanye Gold’s acquisition of US-Stillwater Mining passes antitrust conditions.
South Africa’s struggling economy continues to attract the attention of ratings agencies, but the president’s position looks strong for now.
Botswana’s stones could run out by 2050, but the government still has lofty ambitions for the industry.
The impending exhaustion of mineral reserves poses challenges for one of Africa’s most successful economies.
President Jacob Zuma was elected chairman of the African National Congress in 2007 with marginalised South Africans hoping for change. This is how we reported his victory.
Jay Ireland, ceo of GE Africa, reaffirms the company’s commitment to continue investing in Africa, despite difficult market conditions.
Africa’s telecom service providers and consumers are becoming more sophisticated in the products they offer and use.
Fraud charges against South Africa’s embattled finance minister were dropped this morning in the latest twist in the controversial case.
The South African rand has slumped following news that Pravin Gordhan has been charged with fraud.
As Pravin Gordhan faces fraud charges, African Business investigates whether the South African economy can survive the infighting within the ruling African National Congress (ANC).