President Zuma has unveiled a plan to make higher education free for poor students, but with the country’s budget already under pressure this risks causing big financial strains.
The ANC’s new leader is consolidating his power, but President Jacob Zuma’s influence persists.
With the world economic situation improving, the prospects for Africa’s minerals are looking up.
Last Tuesday, the City of Cape Town, moved “Day Zero,” forward by 10 days to 12 April 2018 from 22 April to reflect declining water …
Merger and acquisition activity has slowed in Africa, but is this the start of an extended downturn or simply a pause?
As 2017 draws to a close, the economic situation of most African countries is improving, but for some, the debt burden looks increasingly unsustainable.
Increasing traveller numbers have ensured growth in the hotel sector at a time when the wider economy has been sluggish.
Cyril Ramaphosa has been elected as the new party leader of the African National Congress following a fiercely contested election.
New talent is desperately needed to run Africa’s businesses, but many women and young people find themselves shut out of leadership roles. What can be done to unblock the talent pipeline?
After a year of political scandals, poor economic performance and ratings downgrades, does 2018 hold anything better for South Africa?