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SA imports first yellow maize in a year

8 Apr 2015 /  Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg
Due to drought.

BHP workers halt strike at South32-bound mines

8 Apr 2015 /  Bloomberg
Shareholders to vote in May on the unbundling plan.

UK’s Labour plan to squeeze wealthy

8 Apr 2015 /  William James, Reuters
By scrapping tax loophole.

Bulawayo to borrow from AfDB

8 Apr 2015 /  Brian Latham, Bloomberg
For Bulawayo water upgrades.

NUM union to submit wage coal, gold demands

8 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
By the end of April.

OECD aid hits record in 2014

8 Apr 2015 /  Magdalena Mis, Thomson Reuters Foundation
But aid to poorest falls again.

Rand gains versus dollar in risk-on trade

8 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
South Africa’s rand strengthened against the dollar early on Wednesday, helped by investors’ appetite for riskier assets on expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will delay hiking interest rates. At 0615 GMT the rand was trading 0.4 percent stronger at 11.8375 to the dollar compared with its closing level on Tuesday. “Rand gains have been

Shell agrees to buy BG for $70bn

8 Apr 2015 /  Javier Blas and Joe Carroll, Bloomberg
Shell would pay 383 pence in cash and 0.4454 Shell B shares for each BG share.

Does a happy employee make for a healthy stock price?

8 Apr 2015 / 
Something much harder to quantify: employee sentiment.

Zimbabwe urged to seek ‘vibrant’ markets for elephant exports

8 Apr 2015 /  Godfrey Marawanyika, Bloomberg
To avoid having to cull the animals.

World Bank sees new banks as allies, not rivals

7 Apr 2015 /  Anna Yukhananov, Reuters
AIIB and 'BRICS bank' could become great new forces in poor countries' economic development - Kim.

SA, US chicken producers to meet

7 Apr 2015 /  Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg
Over trade dispute.

MTN to access $1bn

7 Apr 2015 /  Tiisetso Motsoeneng, Reuters
After easing of Iran sanctions .

New smartphone battery can charge in a minute

7 Apr 2015 / 
Battery is cheaper, longer-lasting and flexible.

Rand eases against a firmer dollar

7 Apr 2015 /  Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
Dollar recovers on expectations that the US economy could beat forecasts.

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