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Denmark, 24 June 2014 - Global science enthusiasts, academics and government representatives are meeting in Copenhagen for the biannual EuroScience Open Forum. Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor represented South Africa.
Cape Town – The platinum mining strikes have finally come to an end. The final wage agreement is due to be signed on Tuesday. For more on the end of the platinum strike eNCA spoke to Independent Mining Analyst, Bongani Mbindwane.
Marikana - A sigh of relief was breathed on Monday night as the platinum strike was over in principal. On Tuesday labour union Amcu would sign on the dotted line, ending a five-month long dispute. Mining companies have offered workers R12, 500 by 2017.
Johannesburg – The five-month strike in the platinum sector finally came to an end on Monday. eNCA speaks with mining and labour analyst Mamokgethi Molopyane about what this means for the country’s economy.
Rustenburg - Amcu boss Joseph Mathunjwa says the new wage deal will be signed on Tuesday and workers are due to return to their posts on Wednesday. Mathunjwa says the finer details of the wage agreement will be ironed out in due time.
Johannesburg - Africa's most advanced economy - South Africa - has been under pressure for most of the year. And a credit downgrade has dealt a double blow effect to the country.
Ethiopia - In the past decade the country has consistently achieved substantial GDP growth levels of over ten percent annually. eNCA takes a look at Ethiopia’s growth story.
Standard and Poor's has downgraded our credit worthiness to triple B minus, with a stable outlook.
Johannesburg - The strike in the platinum sector has had quite an impact on South Africa’s economy. Absa Investment analyst Chris Gilmour says we can expect to see an increase in interest rates.
Johannesburg, 10 June 2014 - William Gumede eNCA Africa's resident geo-economic analyst unpacks what the African Development Bank approved its first Human Capital Strategy means for the continent.