The Russian leader is the target of an International Criminal Court arrest warrant, a provision that South Africa as an ICC member would be expected to implement if he were to set foot in the country
Much of the enthusiasm for a new financial order might well be misaligned
It is a dishonest evasion to excuse the horrors of the Iranian regime on the grounds that some of its Western accusers have a tainted human rights record
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi says that he believes his country should share expertise and knowledge with the Africa continent in defence manufacturing, research and development
In a wide ranging interview with the Mail & Guardian, the Indian prime minister placed great importance on Africa’s position in geopolitics
After moving past the Putin will-he-won’t-he brouhaha, we can focus on the great impact Brics can have on member countries and the world
The minister of trade and industry said South Africa will keep an eye on superpower’s slowing growth, given its effect on the global economy
The country’s trade is skewed towards the West, the finance minister said ahead of the Brics summit
The two countries have a mutually beneficial future in mind at the Brics summit
The rapidly growing economy is commanding more and more influence
Critical of the greenback’s predominance in world trade, one of their goals is to free themselves from the dollar
A forum held this week, ahead of the next month’s Brics summit, focused on the development of partnerships to build resilient cities
With geopolitical tensions rising, whether the Russian president himself finally decides to stay at home or not, all eyes will be on Ramaphosa in the coming weeks
Brics member states should solve their problems for themselves and by themselves, without interference from the West
Washington has made no such threat, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office says, while probe into Lady R is to remain classified
In his weekly newsletter, the president argues that he welcomes the intensified monitoring by FATF
Resisting Western influence and retaining our autonomy must be essential components of our international agenda
President Cyril Ramaphosa stressed the need to pursue the United Nations’ sustainable development goals as well as climate action, peace and justice”
Participants at the People’s Brics meeting in Brazil encouraged grassroots resistance to fight for democracy
The call to arrest Narendra Modi in South Africa highlighted abuses against Muslims in India
The liberal international order is being destroyed. And in the midst of this, Brics leaders gathered in Johannesburg this week
The loan agreement was signed on Tuesday following bilateral talks between the Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Cyril Ramaphosa
Heads of states from Brazil, Russia, India and China are expected to attend the summit held between July 25 and 27
Activists and social movements feel left out in the cold by a process that doesn’t take them seriously
One of South Africa’s highest-profile intellectual vehicles appears to be a victim of drunken driving by scholars
SA’s appointees undermine the bank’s claims of being an alternative to Washington financiers.
The 7th Brics summit this week will see a deepening of relations in the emerging markets bloc as member nations sign a range of new agreements.
With South Africa’s membership, Africa can benefit with most, if not all, their development projects, writes Thebe Mabanga.
The largest emerging economies will push ahead with a $50-billion development bank to provide alternative funding for the Brics countries.
The headquarters of the bloc’s new bank will be in China, but South Africa will host the institution’s main centre for its affairs on the continent.
This week is all about the Brics summit, Riah Phiyega’s evasive testimony at the Marikana commission, Julius Malema’s Polokwane farm loss and more.
The M&G can reveal that China’s relationship with its smaller Brics cousin has just become a lot more cosy, with a rural residence for its president.