Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, in an exclusive interview, chats about Bitcoin, Apple in the 21st century and the future of technology
A memorandum of understanding between Transnet National Authority and Miami-Dade County signed on Friday aims to promote the exchange of skills and knowledge between the cities' ports
Executive chairman of privately held investment group Zungu Investments Company Sandile Zungu chats to Business Day about empowerment structures and education
Eskom spokesman Andrew Etzinger discusses the serious power emergency that led to the resumption of load shedding for the first time since 2008
The Association for Mineworkers and Construction Union marched to the Union Buildings on Thursday under tight security
The strike in the platinum sector by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union continues
Chief negotiator at the Chamber of Mines Elize Strydom on the platinum sector strike after CCMA talks were suspended indefinitely
FirstRand CEO Sizwe Nxasana chats about the company’s first-half results, with normalised earnings a fifth higher, and dividend up 40%
With rapid urbanisation and an increase in prosperity across the African continent, real estate is expected to boom, a PwC study shows.
Human behaviour specialist, author, speaker, business consultant and educator Dr John Demartini speaks to BDlive
Grant Thornton CEO Andrew Hannington on latest survey that shows South African businesses are paying high price as crime increases
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union tables a revised wage demand to strike-affected platinum producers, with the reduction seeing members ultimately receive a R12,500 pay figure over a three-year period
Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom was at the opening of Technopark in Stellenbosch, a new solar module factory that will produce a new generation of thin-film photovoltaic technology, fully developed in South Africa
Head of the research team at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases Professor Lynn Morris says researchers are trying to understand how 'broadly neutralising' antibodies develop in HIV patients, and Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi welcomes new developments that may give relief to millions affected by HIV/AIDS
IEC chairwoman Pansy Tlakula talks to Business Day political correspondent Karl Gernetzky about the task of delivering free and fair elections in 2014, and the challenges and successes experienced in previous elections
New amendments to the National Credit Act will see consumers granted amnesty.
BDlive speaks to experts to gain insight into the forensic aspects of the Oscar Pistorius case, which has attracted interest in academic circles
South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry senior policy consultant Pietman Roos says the organisation is pleased with this year’s national budget speech, particularly the R6.5bn set aside for small and medium enterprises
Standard and Poor’s director of sovereign ratings Ravi Bhatia discusses budget 2014-15, which contained few surprises
Business Day editor in chief Peter Bruce and his guests discuss the outcome of Budget 2014 on Editing Allowed.
Business Day associate editor Bronwyn Nortje touches on some of the salient points in Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's 2014 budget speech
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivers budget speech with elections looming and at a time when challenges South Africa faced during recession remain entrenched.
Mayor Patricia de Lille clear up misconceptions about the City Cape Town multimillion-rand ‘rebranding’
This year is expected to be a strong year for the global automotive industry with growth of 5.8% year-on-year expected, according to PwC’ s 17th Annual Global CEO Survey
Prof Bernadene de Clercq from the Bureau of Market Research at Unisa discusses MBD consumer financial vulnerability index
It’s going to get worse, before it gets better. This has been the sentiment of some South Africans regarding the labour strife in the platinum belt. To unpack this stalemate, we speak to two of our journalists — Allan Seccombe and Karl Gernetzky
Launching the EFF's election manifesto, leader Julius Malema says the party’s policies will be financed through funds from nationalised banks and mines. Leading retail stores are also on the list of private entities that the EFF is eyeing
SizweNtsalubaGobodo CEO Victor Sekese on President Jacob Zuma’s state of the nation address