• China EV sales forecast to hit record six million this year
    Electric vehicles sales in China are forecast to hit a record 6-million this year as consumers flock to cleaner cars.
  • Transnet executives’ properties placed under preservation order
    Luxury properties in Johannesburg’s leafy Rosebank and Dainfern suburbs have been placed under a curator by the Special Tribunal as part of an investigation into deals at Transnet.
  • Ford raises prices of electric F-150 pickup amid high commodity costs
    Ford Motor Co said on Tuesday it would raise the prices of its electric F-150 Lightning pickup as the US carmaker deals with surging raw material costs.
  • ‘Bring on Barcelona’: Fans celebrate Kaizer Chiefs’ first win of the season
    Is this the start of a great season for Chiefs?
  • Another member of KwaZulu-Natal cabinet resigns
    Ravi Pillay's departure from provincial government comes shortly after premier Sihle Zikalala's resignation, leaving two vacancies in the executive.
  • First win of the season for Chiefs as they wallop Maritzburg United at FNB Stadium
    Kaizer Chiefs registered their first victory of the season by defeating a reckless Maritzburg United 3-0 in their DStv Premiership match at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Tuesday night.
  • Gold nears one-month high as investors await US inflation data
    The dollar index weakened 0.1% against its rivals, making gold less expensive for other currency holders
  • Asian shares fall, dollar steadies on expected US inflation report
    The slips in Asian markets tracked Wall Street, which closed on Tuesday with all three major indices down
  • JSE faces weaker Asian markets on Wednesday ahead of US inflation
    Attention on Wednesday will be squarely on US data, with July's inflation print expected to help settle expectations on the Fed's next move
  • JUSTICE MALALA: Stuck in policy purgatory
    How much attention should SA Inc really pay to the ruling party’s plans?
  • EDITORIAL: One year on, SA’s risk premium keeps climbing
    Rather than ebbing, crime levels continue to rocket — which is making the country less investable
  • Trade barriers threaten to tear the heart out of iconic SA farm sectors
    Pressure builds on government to step in after citrus and wool exports have been hit by phytosanitary restrictions