South Africans protest Vodacom compensation offer
A settlement offered by South African mobile telecoms provider Vodacom to a former employee drew tens of protesters on the streets of Johannesburg on Thursday, calling for a better deal.
S.Africa's Ramaphosa pledges to fix economy as election looms
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced plans on Thursday to split struggling state power giant Eskom into three separate entities, as he sought to convince investors and voters that he will turn around a struggling economy before an election in May.
Mandela supporters hit the red carpet at Global Citizen event
A-list celebrities joined the Global Citizen Festival red carpet on Sunday ahead of the highly acclaimed music festival where thousands of South Africans are expected to gather to celebrate Nelson Mandela's centenary.
Land reform in South Africa will not violate constitution, Ramaphosa says
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa told the European Parliament on Wednesday that South Africa will enact land reforms in adherence to the country's constitution and with respect for the human rights of all its people.
South Africa has to keep fiscal discipline intact, Goldman's Coleman says
Colin Coleman, head of sub-Saharan Africa at Goldman Sachs Group, discusses South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s bleak mid-term budget.
South Africa mourns death of rapper HHP
Tributes are pouring in for Jabulani Tsambo, the South African hip hop artist popularly known as Hip Hop Pantsula, who died on Wednesday.
South African Rand is undervalued, Goldman's Coleman says
Colin Coleman, head of the South African group at Goldman Sachs, discusses the outlook for South Africa's economy with Bloomberg's Guy Johnson and Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
MTN moves to secure assets in Nigeria
South African Telecoms firm, MTN Group says it has applied to Nigeria's High Court to restrain the country's Central Bank and the Attorney General from taking further action over its assets in Nigeria.