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The workers are striking over the lack of “gender transformation” and safety for female employees.
The cryptocurrency kicked the week off with a bang but it has suffered a significant correction.
Eskom says time is needed to review the impact of the 5,23 percent electricity tariff increase, approved by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa
On the last day of the conference on Wednesday, ANC's Economic Transformation Committee announced that the party plans to nationalise the Reserve Bank.
The protected one-day work stoppage is likely to impact pre-Christmas shopping - one of the busiest shopping periods of the year.
In order to obtain IMF approval for the loan, the country has implemented a set of drastic reforms, adopting a value-added tax, cutting energy subsidies and floating its pound.
eNCA sat down with Tsogo Sun's Entrepreneur of the Year, Hezron Louw to discuss his life, goals and the moment he heard his name being read out as winner.
Bitcoin took a hit as it emerged that South Korean exchange Youbit had been hacked, leading the firm to say it will close and start bankruptcy proceedings.
David Muino Suarez was arrested at Sao Paulo's Guarulhos airport as he got off a flight from Switzerland on 27 November.
Ratings agency Fitch thinks political uncertainty will continue in 2018, despite Cyril Ramaphsa's election as ANC President.
Macron's upstart Republic on the Move party has now the largest number of seats in the lower house of parliament.
Greece's fiscal goals have been approved by European Union lenders and the International Monetary Fund.
Some 52 percent of adults in the US oppose the tax plan, while 27 percent support it, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling.
Markus Jooste quit as chief executive after the scandal at the company was exposed.
The local currency gained substantially in the days leading up to the ANC’s elective conference‚ which on Monday named Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa as the new party leader.
The cryptocurrency's rise is pushing regulators to consider taking action after years of simply urging caution.
BHP said it also disagreed with the US Chamber of Commerce's rejection of the Paris Agreement and a carbon-pricing policy, and would decide on whether to leave the organisation.
Markets are awaiting the outcome of the party's election of a new president.
Remember it's 40 days to the next pay cheque.
Street vendors lined up at the entrance and displayed different ANC items ranging from hats, dresses, jackets, leggings and jumpsuits.
There was no Christmas cheer for motorists when petrol increased by a whopping 71 cents a litre in December.
The small tumble followed the delay in the start of voting for the ANC’s top six positions on Sunday night.
A decade after the collapse of the US subprime mortgage market triggered a global crisis, there are warnings that debt is becoming a big risk.
The Nikkei 225 index rose 1.55 percent, or 348.55 points, to close at 22,901.77. The broader Topix index was up 1.36 percent, or 24.43 points, at 1,817.90.
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