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Asia shares camp on high ground, oil jumps on Libya shutdown

Dollar firm as US economy outperforms.

Union angered by Telkom’s proposed job cuts

Telecoms firms plans to cut up to 3 000 staff members.

US-China trade deal to ease global uncertainty -IMF chief

IMF expects the trade deal to help China's GDP in 2020.

SA stocks hit near 7-month highs, led by Richemont, miners

Rand falls against a broadly stronger dollar.

AB InBev turns to solar power amid SA blackouts

The brewer is pushing to reach global environmental goals.

Locust plague devastates crops in Horn of Africa  

Swarms of desert locusts have already damaged tens of thousands of hectares, FAO says.

Ramaphosa skips WEF to focus on problems at home

Ramaphosa won’t be attending a UK-Africa Investment Summit in London on Monday either.  

Elon Musk’s SpaceX faces one last test before first astronaut flight

Americans have not flown into space aboard a US craft since the shuttle program ended in 2011.

Oil near $59 as trade deal hopes jostle with ample supply

Brent for March settlement rose 38 cents to $65 on the ICE Futures Europe exchange in London after climbing 1% on Thursday.

African internet slows after undersea cables break

'This situation is affecting all operators and customers in the region,'

EM stocks scale 19-month highs; rand firms on rate cut

Rand eyes best day in over a week.

Charts showing Sarb data that led to cut

At the beginning of 2019, the Reserve Bank projected economic growth of 1.7% for the year.

Vodafone Idea’s future clouded after court snub; shares dive

Shares of Vodafone Idea tumbled as much as 39% on Friday in Mumbai, the biggest intraday loss on record.

Tesla registrations rise again in China despite slowdown

The December figure took total Tesla registrations in the world’s biggest EV market to 42 715 for the year,

Richemont Christmas sales boosted by jewelry, watch rebound

Sales in Japan declined as tourists stayed away due to a strong yen and the implementation of a value-added tax increase in October.



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