US motor company Ford has suspended production at one of its South African plants and Japanese car-maker Toyota plans to follow suit as a manufacturing workers' strike hits suppliers of car components.
The two-week-old strike
South Africa's Tsogo Sun group has opened its new Southern Sun Abu Dhabi hotel, offering 353 rooms designed within a stylish contemporary architectural setting.
The hotel offers a strong line-up of leisure facilities, includin
US-based Marriott International has acquired South Africa-based 116-hotel Protea Hospitality Group (PHG), making it the largest hotel company in Africa.
With the acquisition, Marriott nearly doubled its presence in its Middle East
Dubai-listed logistics group Aramex expects double-digit 2013 net profit and revenue growth and is eyeing acquisitions in South Africa and east Africa in the second half of this year, its vice-chairman said on Wednesday.
South Africa held a state funeral for Nelson Mandela on Sunday, closing one chapter in its tortured history and opening another in which the multi-racial democracy he founded will have to discover if it can thrive without its central pillar.
South African anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela died peacefully at home at the age of 95 on Thursday after months fighting a lung infection, leaving his nation and the world in mourning for a man revered as a moral giant.
South African Tourism (SA Tourism) and Southafricaholidays.com have signed a joint marketing deal aimed at boosting tourist arrival numbers from key markets in the Middle East.
Under this new agreement, the partners intend to coll
Gold erased early gains on Monday that pushed it past the psychological $1,400 mark to an 11-week high, slipping on uncertainty over whether the US Federal Reserve will wind back its stimulus measures from next month.
Anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela is "steadily improving", South Africa's government said on Thursday as the former president celebrated his 95th birthday in hospital amid tributes from around the country and the world.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela is still clinging to life, his eldest daughter Makaziwe said on Thursday, but she blasted foreign media "vultures" for violating his privacy as he lay criti