Lesotho To Benefit Immensely From First African Salmon Farm

Lesotho, a landlocked country seated in Southern parts of Africa is known for its exclusive quality pure water which is

Half A Dozen Dynamic Dynasties – These Are Six Filthy-Rich African Families You Probably Don’t Know About

Affluent family dynasties are built on more than just money. These six African families that are the most affluent and

15 Days After Pay, Most South Africans Go Broke- Report Reveals

A new report has revealed that most South Africans run out of money two weeks after payment. The survey dubbed

South Africa To Fund 100,000 Enterprising SMEs In Current Financial Year

South Africa has the highest youth unemployment rate in the world. Talks have been ongoing for a while on how

South African Brands Record Brand Value Growth Despite Ailing Economy

South Africa’s economy contracted by 3.2 percent in the first quarter of 2019, the worst quarterly performance in a decade.

A Newly-Launched Company In SA Makes Money By Growing Weed For People

September last year, South Africa’s highest court ruled that the personal use of cannabis, in the context of a private

South African Airways Chairperson Quits As the National Carrier Continues With Financial Struggle

South African Airways board chairman Johannes Bhekumuzi Magwaza has resigned, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan revealed. The Minister while delivering

Zambia’s Largest Bank Responds After Hackers Made Way With Customers’ Deposit

Zambia’s biggest bank by assets ZANACO has refuted claims that their systems were hacked. In a statement through its Head

Currency Crisis Pushes An Arm Of Zimbabwe’s Most Profitable Company To The Edge Of Bankruptcy

It is no doubt that Zimbabwe has a troubled history with currency. It all started in 2009 when the country

Tough Times Ahead For South Africans As Electricity Costs Shoot By 66 Percent

New electricity tariffs for the 2019/20 period have been introduced for Jo’burg prepaid users. The move which has caught many