SA interest rates remain untouched at 6.75%

Reserve Bank Governor, Lesetja Kganyago, on Thursday left interest rates unchanged at 6.75 percent, saying inflation was expected to average 4.5 percent in 2019, down from 4.8 percent.

Investing >>

Small businesses in uphill battle over Airbnb regulation

The saga between small operators and large hotel groups over Airbnb regulation in South Africa, takes a new twist after a business lobby group says it is considering legal steps to challenge a new bill.

Companies >>

Century City Developer ventures into Europe with R1.4bn project

John Rabie, famously known for developing one of SA’s most successful mixed use development, Century City in Cape Town, has expanded to Portugal in a joint venture.

Gauteng >>

R850 million Mall of Tembisa gets off the ground

Tembisa residents will soon no-longer have the need to travel as far as Midrand and Kempton Park in search of quality retail therapy as construction of Mall of Tembisa commenced early April.

KwaZulu-Natal >>

Makro expands in Durban’s booming Cornubia

Cornubia, a multi-billion rand mixed-use development in the northern corridor of Durban, has welcomed the new state-of-the-art Makro Store scheduled to start operating this week.

Mpumalanga >>

R7bn to boost Industrialization in Mpumalanga’s Nkomazi

The recent designation of the Nkomazi Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Mpumalanga will contribute significantly to the economic and industrial development of the Nkomazi region and the province at large.

Economy >>

IMF lowers South Africa's economic growth forecasts

Citing policy and political uncertainty, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday lowered its forecast for South Africa's economic growth in 2019, from 1.5 percent to 1.3 percent.

International >>

How advanced data analytics is boosting shopping centre performance

Shopping centre owners for years have been investing in technology – from cutting-edge facial recognition, to understanding how people shop with WiFi – to stay relevant and profitable.

Infrastructure >>

Eskom suspends load shedding after days of blackouts

Over the weekend, Eskom said that there will be no load shedding this week as the outlook looks favorable, with plants performing better than last week.