Greece

 
Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit
Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit
Ioannis Ntinos lives in a Camps Bay condo, zips around in luxury German cars in Cape Town and next week is scheduled to travel to a fruit traders’ expo in Germany to meet potential clients....
​The law is hostile to a desperate Syrian teen and Swedish journalist
​The law is hostile to a desperate Syrian teen and Swedish journalist
"Take me with you!” pleads Abed, a teenage Syrian migrant. Swedish journalist Fredri Önnevall is stunned but, after wrestling with his conscience, agrees. This week he goes on trial for human trafficking....
Greece faces Schengen boot
Greece faces Schengen boot
Greece has been given three months to avoid being suspended from Europe’s free-travel Schengen area because of its alleged failures to get a grip...
Faint signs of hope as Greece is bailed out once again
Faint signs of hope as Greece is bailed out once again
Greece's stock market rallied on news that Greece and its creditors have reached an outline agreement over an €86-billion bailout....
Greece in 'final stretch' of deal with creditors
Greece in 'final stretch' of deal with creditors
Greece is in the "final stretch" of talks for a deal with creditors on a new bailout, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday in a television...
Ignore lessons from Greece at our peril
Ignore lessons from Greece at our peril
Can a Greek-like national debt conundrum occur in South Africa? I don't know. But the issue should concentrate our minds as we watch the Greeks from...
Greece swallows bitter bailout pill
Greece swallows bitter bailout pill
Greek lawmakers have passed a bailout agreement that keeps the country in the euro for now, shifting attention to the European Central Bank (ECB)...
Tsipras braves Parliament over bailout as Greece outlook worsens
Tsipras braves Parliament over bailout as Greece outlook worsens
With Greece's finances deteriorating rapidly and its banks on the verge of collapse, the European Union has proposed a four-week bridging loan...
Greece's business backbone nears breaking
Greece's business backbone nears breaking
As Greeks hope for the best outcome to the crisis shaking their nation, small businesses are preparing for the worst.
Grexit is now only way out for Greece
Grexit is now only way out for Greece
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