Ford injects R16bn into Africa’s first automotive city
The multibillion-rand investment will be channelled towards the construction of the automotive city, new advanced technologies and job creation.
Ramaphosa orders SIU to probe IFMS project
President Cyril Ramaphosa reportedly instructs the Special Investigating Unit to investigate the bungled National Treasury IT project.
Indian-based Nihilent opens UX lab in SA
The design thinking facility offers a setting to innovate and drive a deeper understanding of customers.
Gordhan tells business to seize Industry 4.0 opportunities
Minister Pravin Gordhan challenges local companies to identify how emerging technologies fuelled by the fourth industrial revolution can build an inclusive economy.
Renewables industry challenges Gordhan on contract re-negotiation
The sector is at odds with the minister's move to re-negotiate renewable energy contracts in order to alleviate pressure on Eskom.
Extensive load-shedding hurts SA telcos
Local telcos experience connectivity issues due to ongoing Eskom blackouts caused by load-shedding, significantly increasing their operational costs.
Sovereign credit ratings: where to now?
It's critical to consider both the short- and long-term effects of political change, says Greg Morris - CEO of MICROmega Holdings.
Gordhan caught in IFMS crossfire
Pravin Gordhan detractors reportedly slam the former minister over the failed integrated financial management system, despite SITA exercising watch over the project.
Zuma reshuffles Cabinet, fires Gordhan
The communications department gets new leadership as Faith Muthambi moves to a different ministry.
Court dismisses Sahara Computers' filing against Gordhan
The Gupta-owned company argued the finance minister should not be represented by the state attorney in the case with big banks.
No end in sight for social grant crisis
A ministerial task team voids negotiations between SASSA and Cash Paymaster Services for payments of social grants, confirms finance minister Pravin Gordhan.