Net immigration from the European Union to Britain fell to the lowest level in six years as the UK came closer to leaving the bloc.
The nation’s 130-year-old gold industry - which has produced half the bullion ever mined on Earth - is locked in the final stages of a decades-long death spiral.
KPMG South Africa says it is now "a very different business", as it appeals for public trust after being embroiled in Gupta-linked and other auditing scandals.
Lance Armstrong’s prospects looked bleak when he admitted to Oprah Winfrey in 2013 that he cheated to win his Tour de France titles. But an early investment in Uber was a lifeline.
Eskom’s dire need to attract support for its recent indication of a R100bn state bailout requires greater transparency and explanation of its business plan, says Wayne Duvenage.
If you haven't yet budgeted to buy yourself a Christmas present this year, you might be behind the times.
Uber has reason to be nervous. The company in SA has come under attack from the established meter taxi industry and several Uber drivers were killed in the turf war last year.
After warning of a high risk of load shedding late on Saturday, Eskom has said the electricity grid is currently stable but remains vulnerable.
Eskom says that increased plant breakdowns have led to a higher probability of stage 2 load shedding being implemented on Sunday.
Tensions escalated across Paris with police firing tear gas and using water cannons to quell 'Yellow Vests' protesters on Saturday.
Hong Kong’s Central area has taken the prize for the world’s most expensive premium office rents for a fourth year running, but Johannesburg is the best value for money, according to global real estate consultant JLL.
Brazil's environmental regulator on Friday denied French oil giant Total a license to drill for crude in five blocks near the mouth of the Amazon river.
At home, french President Emmanuel Macron's popularity has been sinking, hurt by the failure of his early unpopular changes to labour and tax law to revive the domestic economy.
The number of take-home payments into bank accounts decreased in October, possibly as a result of the weak economy and lower employment figures.
Theresa May’s government has told supermarkets to keep as much stock as possible in warehouses around the country in case the UK crashes out of the European Union without a Brexit deal.
Despite growing discounting levels, Black Friday sales decreased by 2% and in-store spending declined by 10%, according to data from retail management platform Vend.
Emerging-market stocks retreated as the arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer and mixed messages from the Trump administration rekindled concern over a US-China trade war.
Water and power cuts prompted by reduced rainfall and drought in Southern Africa have caused major problems for business.