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Police, soldiers deploy in Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo as opposition appeals protest ban

The MDC is looking to rally support for protests against Mnangagwa's government.

Stimulus hopes support global stocks, ease pressure on bonds

Germany is well-positioned to take on the global economic crisis, finance minister says.

Rand flat as investors weigh local, global risks

Bonds slightly weaker.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Court overturns Necsa board suspension, Please Call Me inventor expects more in compensation, driver demerit system is signed into law and more.

Trump ‘not ready’ for China trade deal, dismisses recession fears

Hints he would like to see a resolution to Hong Kong protests before moving forward with trade deal.

IMF warns Zimbabwe against pay boost as living standards crash

Finance minister in favour of boosting wages in both the public and private sectors to restore living standards and create consumer demand.

Africa development bank says risks to growth ‘increasing by the day’

Uncertainty around Brexit and the trade war weighs on Africa's growth prospects.

Asia stocks rise as stimulus, policy hopes calm nervous investors

Equities up amid hopes for German stimulus, China rate steps.

Greenpeace says SA is no 2 sulfur dioxide hotspot

Two areas in the country are among the top-10 global emitters of the sharp-smelling gas.

Soft commodities are on their biggest losing streak in two years

Trade war and excess supply weigh on coffee and sugar prices.

Argentina Treasury minister resigns, says ‘significant renewal’ needed amid economic crisis

Country suffers currency rout and double debt downgrade in one week.

Zimbabwe police arrest 128 demonstrators in opposition protest

Nationwide protests planned for the weekend.

Fitch, S&P downgrade Argentina debt as default risk grows

Country's economic crisis deepens.



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