Twitter users in the UK have reacted angrily to The Sun newspaper's decision to publish pages of model Reeva Steenkamp from bikini glamour shoots.
South African President Jacob Zuma says mining taxes will be reviewed, a move likely to renew uncertainty in a sector hit by wildcat strikes and nationalisation threats.
Henke Pistorius, the father of Paralympics star Oscar Pistorius, on Thursday said his son was "sad" after allegedly shooting his girlfriend dead.
Blade runner Oscar Pistorius has been arrested for allegedly shooting his girlfriend dead.
Oscar Pistorius has been charged with murder after allegedly shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at his Pretoria home.
Absa Bank on Tuesday posted a worse-than-expected nine percent fall in diluted headline earnings per share to 1'224.
South Africa's largest iron ore producer Kumba Iron Ore on Tuesday posted a 28 percent drop in full-year earnings.
The governing body of African football - The Confederation of African Football (CAF) - has congratulated South Africa for hosting a "largely successful" Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon), which "exceeded expectations".
Africa's largest packaging company, Nampak, has announced that it is investing R1.
Implats, the world's second-largest platinum producer, has warned of "lower than expected" earnings for the six months to end-December.
A stunning goal from Sunday Mba saw Nigeria crowned champions of Africa for the third time on Sunday.
The new minimum wage for South African farmworkers is R105 a day, labour minister Mildred Oliphant announced on Monday.
Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), the world's largest platinum producer, has announced a hefty full year operating loss of R6.
South Africa have beaten Pakistan by 211 runs on day four of the first Test at the Wanderers in Johannesburg.
Bafana Bafana crashed out of the African Cup of Nations on Saturday, despite playing their best football of the tournament, losing in a narrow quarter final penalty shoot-out defeat against Mali.
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South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe, the founder and executive chairman of African Rainbow Minerals, has pledged to donate half of his fortune, following in the steps of the likes of Bill Gates and Warren Buffet.