Can South Africa’s economy survive the political infighting in the ANC?
What does Pravin Gordhan’s sacking mean for South Africans?
South Africa’s green shoots of an economic recovery could be hindered by political uncertainty gripping the country.
South Africa’s economy to grow marginally in 2017 on improved outlook, but debt concerns persist.
South Africa’s struggling economy continues to attract the attention of ratings agencies, but the president’s position looks strong for now.
Fraud charges against South Africa’s embattled finance minister were dropped this morning in the latest twist in the controversial case.
A series of photos from across Africa rounding up the news.
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).
South Africa’s Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, ends government spending binge or rather he will try. The Finance Minister has been swinging the axe and chopping off the huge expenses perks that politicians and top government officials have so far enjoyed. The aim is to claw back the national debt as well as instil some discipline in what many consider reckless spending by the bureaucracy. Tom Nevin gives the details.