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LATEST Africa  

Cities across Africa face threat of landslides like Sierra Leone

Over 4 000 people killed in African landslides since 2007.

SA to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity – government source

Source says there’s ‘no way’ Zimbabwe’s first lady will be arrested.

Sale of Greece’s National Bank’s SA unit gets green light

As part of an EU-approved restructuring plan.

Rumours swirl around Guptas’ Sahara Computers

As other assets owned by the controversial family are sold off in quick succession.

LATEST Economy  

Getting to the core of global inflation

Arguably the biggest influence on US inflation in the near term is completely out of the Fed’s control.

Rate cut likely in November; possibility of September

Economy to escape recession, but growth still very subdued.

LATEST Industry  

Mining, Engineering, Industry, Factory production

Financial chatbots are all the rage these days

TD Ameritrade following Bank of America with Facebook chatbot.

Zuma signs financial regulation act into law

‘Twin Peaks’ works in the interests of consumers, and supports balanced and sustainable economic growth.

LATEST International  

Berkshire spared from S&P downgrade after Oncor deal collapses

Oncor is Buffett’s latest dealmaking flop.

Coca-Cola, PespiCo and others agree to cap sugar in drinks in Singapore

Beverage firms race to cut sugar to cater to increasingly health-conscious consumers.

LATEST Markets  

Five things you need to know today

Trump backs Afghanistan expansion, Provident Financial slumps more than 60%, and top funds are doing well.

Pound slips as uncertainties about post-Brexit trade linger

Sterling reaches weakest level since October versus the euro.

LATEST South Africa  

Guptas make second sale of week with $225m SA mining disposal

Gupta’s Oakbay makes second disposal of week as part of plans to sell their businesses in SA.

We won’t let SAA fail – deputy finance minister

SAA seeks help from Treasury to fund R13 billion bailout.


Tesla’s priced-for-perfection bonds fall within week of sale

Company’s new debt issue traded below par almost immediately.

CompCom to probe mobile operators over data pricing

The inquiry comes as pressure mounts on operators over high out-of-bundle data charges.



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