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Seven African stock exchanges launched an integration project in Ivory Coast on Wednesday to facilitate cross-border trading of securities on the continent.

Short-term insurer OUTsurance, which recently completed its transition and rebrand from Rand Merchant Investment Holdings (RMI), listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Wednesday.

Specialist recruitment firm Michael Page has published its latest salary guide, showing what skilled professionals in South Africa can expect to earn in 2023.

HSBC says it will close 114 more branches in the UK from April, as customers using them have fallen significantly since the pandemic.

Strong demand for Oceana Group’s canned fish, driven by strong demand for affordable protein through its Lucky Star brand, and good catches in the US, saw the group report a strong operational third quarter.

Billionaire SA businessman Dick Enthoven, who played a key role in building businesses like Nando's, Hollard Insurance, Auto and General, Direct Axis, and the Spier Wine Farm, has died at the age of 85 after a battle with cancer.

Rate traders are bracing for an aggressive policy response by South Africa’s central bank to the leadership crisis that sent the rand into a tailspin this week.

New data from Stellenbosch University’s Research on Socio-Economic Policy (RESEP) shows how much the average teacher in South Africa earns.

Engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) has agreed to sell its 50% stake in Bombela Concession Company, the operator of Gautrain, for R1.38 billion.

The rand weakened on Thursday afternoon trade as market analysts digested the news that President Cyril Ramaphosa may be impeached following a panel of experts’ findings against him.