China's stocks have risen as government struggles to halt a $5-trillion rout and the world's second-largest economy shows signs of a sharper slowdown.
China’s stocks plunged the most since 2007 as government support measures failed to allay investor concerns that a slowdown is deepening.
China's decision to let its yuan weaken by the most in two decades is stressing policymakers who fear it could create a "race to the bottom" in Asia.
Africa can expect to witness more incidences of state-sponsored domestic violence, as Chinese aid increases, a new study shows.
Uganda will invite "only Chinese companies" to fill R85-billion of contracts to expand its railway network.
Report shows that local governments owe almost R31.6-trillion.
The rand was one of the worst performing major currencies as demand for China's manufactured goods declined.
The rand declined as South Africa's largest trading partner China, shows signs of a sustained economic slowdown.
The rand fell and bond yields rose on Monday morning, as lower commodity prices reflected soft Chinese industrial production figures.
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Associate Professor James O Chibueze and Dr SP van den Heever are part of an international team of astronomers studying the G358-MM1 high-mass protostar.