Table Mountain, one of the most recognisable mountains in the world, was declared one of nature's greatest wonders over the weekend.
Betting World is one of South Africa's premier bookmaking operations and a wholly owned subsidiary of JSE listed, Phumelela Gaming and Leisure Limited.
Cosatu's protest marches against e-tolling are under way in Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Earlier this year Intercape became the first in the industry in South Africa to introduce G7 luxury double-decker coaches.
As JSE-listed Altech subsidiary Altech Autopage Cellular integrates with sister company Altech Technology Concepts, forming a dynamic new service provider in the Telecommunications & ICT sector, Africa Outlook talks to Altech Autopage Cellular's Boyd Chislett.
Companies have begun adopting energy saving technologies as a matter of good business practice in a world with high and volatile energy prices.
Africa Outlook talks to Graham Rowe the winner of season one of reality TV show the Big Break Legacy.
Twelve of Africa's 40 richest people are billionaires from South Africa, Forbes' second annual list of Africa's 40 Richest showed on Thursday.
Following the demise of former rival low-cost airline 1time, South African Airways subsidiary Mango Airlines has announced the launch of two new routes - Johannesburg-Port Elizabeth and Cape Town-Port Elizabeth - effective as soon as December 5.
Cape Town has been named Africa's best city in the Condé Nast Traveller 2012 Readers' Choice Awards.
The Eikos Group has dared to think a little differently and the approach has worked says Chairman Dr Tony Valsamakis.
The current pace of growth in unsecured lending is "unsustainable" says TransUnion's Geoff Miller – but is South Africa facing a lending crisis?
By Ian Armitage
Credit information giant TransUnion's latest Consumer Credit Index (CCI) has a stark warning to lenders and households – beware the dangers of using credit to fund short-term consumption.
Africa Outlook talks to Grandmark International's Steven Ongchin about how a landmark court ruling could pave the way for a more open and competitive motor industry.
Cas Coovadia, head of the Banking Association of South Africa, talks to South Africa Magazine about a host of issues including unsecured lending, the eurozone crisis, regulation and the banking sector's role financing a new wave of infrastructure projects.
The lines between government and business have been blurred says Gareth Newham, Head of the Crime and Justice Programme at the Institute of Security Studies (ISS) in Pretoria.
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) is planning a R15 billion black economic empowerment programme as part of plans to modernise Metrorail's fleet of commuter coaches, Business Day has reported.