According to recent industry reporting, the online gambling and gaming sector is undergoing unprecedented levels of growth. While the rise of online gaming platforms has been underway for quite some time, it is only in the last couple of years that these levels of growth have become so intense.
As energy bills soar, BP’s net profit hit $9.3 billion in three months to June. This has just come after a big loss linked to its Russia exist
At its highest level, South Africa inflation surged to 13-year high in June with the annual consumer price inflation of 7.4%
The KZN government are forging ahead with their goal of have at least 70% of the bus industry in the hands of the previously disadvantaged
As India export ban shakes market, wheat prices reached a record high in European trading on Monday, rising by almost 6%
Facebook parent Meta on Wednesday reported to make a better progress this quarter and remain confident in the long-term opportunities
Crude prices dove more than 3% on Monday, over Chinese lockdowns in response to its latest Covid-19 wave while Musk’s deal shines US stocks
A worsening Covid outbreak in China could threaten the country’s economy and global supply chains as stock markets sank on Monday
Johnson &Johnson is suspending its COVID sales forecast a few months after anticipating that the shot could bring in $3.5 billion this year.
(Partner Content) Although the South African economy has significantly recovered from the 2020 slump, it is still in serious distress due to a lack of foundational reforms and infrastructure overhauling.
One of the most exciting aspects of running an e-commerce business in South Africa in 2022 is the opportunity to succeed beyond your expectations.
Illicit cigarettes have a stranglehold on the mark, 18 months after the tobacco ban was lifted, says Ipsos poll.
‘Less than one percent of SA’s exported goods are destined for Ukraine and Russia combined. On the other hand, import flows from both countries are also less than one percent,’ Deputy Minister of Finance David Masondo.
Although the economy remains smaller than it was before the pandemic, South Africa now seems to be taking big steps forward.
The EFF said the decision by NERSA is a cruel addition to the misery of the poor and small businesses will suffer.
Tax Justice SA says the increase increase in sin taxes will fuel illicit trade which has reached record levels in the last two years.
South Africans will be happy to know that there will be no increase in fuel levy, as many had hoped ahead of the Budget Speech.