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Marius Bosch

Marius Bosch

    Aristide wants to be in Haiti before vote
    Aristide wants to be in Haiti before vote
    Haiti's exiled former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide wants to return to his home country before elections on Sunday despite United States...
    Zuma controversial but smart, says leaked cable
    Zuma controversial but smart, says leaked cable
    The rise of Jacob Zuma to South Africa's presidency was an "astonishing achievement", according to United States diplomatic cables released by...
    Zuma confident World Cup will create jobs
    Zuma confident World Cup will create jobs
    President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday he is confident the Soccer World Cup will boost job creation and economic growth in the country.
    Twenty years after Mandela's release, SA struggles
    Twenty years after Mandela's release, SA struggles
    Twenty years after Nelson Mandela was freed from prison, South Africa is a vibrant democracy but the millions still living in poverty are now...
    Cosatu meets to review strategy
    Cosatu meets to review strategy
    The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) meets next week to take stock of its relations with the ruling African National Congress and...
    Strike enters third day, cost mounts
    Strike enters third day, cost mounts
    A strike by tens of thousands of South African council workers entered its third day on Wednesday, disrupting local government services and keeping...
    SA govt 'will not tolerate violent protests'
    SA govt 'will not tolerate violent protests'
    South Africa's government will crack down on violent protests which erupted this week over delivery of basic services, a Cabinet minister said on...
    SA businessman Tannenbaum denies $1,2bn fraud
    SA businessman Tannenbaum denies $1,2bn fraud
    South African businessman Barry Tannenbaum, accused of defrauding hundreds of investors in what may be the country's biggest corporate fraud,...
    'Xenophobia hurts like apartheid'
    'Xenophobia hurts like apartheid'
    Thousands of people marched through Johannesburg on Saturday, calling for an end to the violence that has killed at least 50 African migrants and...
    Sasol unveils SA's biggest empowerment deal
    Sasol unveils SA's biggest empowerment deal
    Fuels and petrochemicals group Sasol will sell a 10% stake in the company to black investors in South Africa's biggest black economic empowerment...
    Standard Bank sees stronger earnings from ICBC deal
    Standard Bank sees stronger earnings from ICBC deal
    Standard Bank expects as much as $200-million in incremental earnings by the third year of the deal in which China's biggest lender ICBC will buy a...
    Standard Bank says in talks, shares rise
    Standard Bank says in talks, shares rise
    Africa's biggest banking group by assets, Standard Bank, said on Tuesday it was in talks which if successfully concluded might affect its shares,...