As the rule of law and democracy come under increasing pressure across the continent, Africans cannot afford to be complacent.
Cashew shelling faces problems in Kenya but South Africa is having success with macadamia processing.
Conflict between the Zuma and Ramaphosa factions is turning ANC policy into a political football.
South African President Jacob Zuma has for the eighth time survived a vote of no confidence in his leadership. What next for the divided nation?
South Africa’s speaker of parliament has approved a secret ballot in relation to Tuesday’s vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma’s leadership.
South Africa’s economy is in the doldrums but one of its leading industrialists points to key factors that give rise to a more optimistic point of view.
State capture evidence ‘may have been destroyed’, says former ombudsman Thuli Madonsela in an exclusive interview with African Business Magazine
As Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma launches her candidacy for the presidency, her former husband could prove more of a liability than an asset.
South Africa enters second recession in eight years on weak manufacturing and trade output, says Stats SA.
Brian Molefe leaves South Africa’s power utility Eskom just days after rejoining the state-owned company.