The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has confirmed an investigation into its systems by the Office of the Tax Ombud.
A defiant Andile Lungisa has until Thursday to resign from his ANC regional leadership position, or face the consequences.
The City of Cape Town has officially repealed 306 outdated by-laws as a means of reducing red tape.
The Daily Vox spoke to Lebohang Mabuya, a 33-year-old nurse and the woman in the video, about what happened that day.
Looking for funding for your start-up? This is how much you can expect to get in Cape Town vs Johannesburg
New data in the Global Start-up Ecosystems report for 2017 reveals how much early-stage funding the average start-up in Cape Town and Joburg can expect.
The estimated percentage of home buying believed to be secondary property buying in South Africa has shown some recovery in recent quarters says FNB.
Cape Town based Pargo, a technology logistics company, says it has secured a new equity investment exceeding R15 million in a funding round led by SAAD Investment Holdings.
The acting police commissioner has said the public's suspicions are “baseless allegations”.
The Association for savings and investments in South Africa (ASISA) has released its latest statistics detailing which funds, asset classes and managers South African investors are entrusting their money to.
Taxi app Uber has introduced a new real-time ID check safety feature to South Africa.
New workplace sensing technology has launched in South Africa that will allow businesses to accurately assess just how much of their workplaces they actually use.
Cape Town based start-up, Hepstar, has been selected to participate in the world’s largest start-up accelerator program.
The City of Cape Town plans to incentivise the city's employers to introduce flexible working hours and working from home to try and reduce traffic.
Vehicles powered by wind and sun underpin the green transport strategy, but legislation and departmental silos stand in the way .
Stealing computers from the chief justice goes to the heart of questions about our democracy.
Parents and teachers need to understand LGBTQI+ children who need a ‘safe place’.
It’ll take years to provide potable water and new vaccines to fight drug-resistant bacteria.
Artists may one day make it by releasing their music on the internet, but radio is still king.
Pensioners impoverished by collapsed property syndication schemes are being sold a new line.
Senior US officials told reporters that nine airlines from eight countries had been told to ban any device bigger than a cellphone or smartphone