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Economy rebounds but hold the champagne for now
Economy rebounds but hold the champagne for now
South Africa’s economy rebounded in the second quarter with Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) recording an increase of 3.1% in gross domestic...
Is South Africa spiralling into the ambit of the IMF?
Is South Africa spiralling into the ambit of the IMF?
Another week has come and gone and those waiting for an Eskom plan are … still waiting.
Global tax for multinationals gains traction
Global tax for multinationals gains traction
Multinational companies have been gaming the rules of the global economy to minimise their tax liability — or even eliminate it. And the...
Ramaphosa cannot stay silent on Zimbabwe
Ramaphosa cannot stay silent on Zimbabwe
The security forces’ violent crackdown on nationwide protests in Zimbabwe last week was met by deafening silence from the country’s neighbours and the...
Tensions rising in Venezuela ahead of rival protests
Tensions rising in Venezuela ahead of rival protests
Opposition supporters and regime loyalists in Venezuela are set to hold competing mass street rallies on Wednesday, two days after a failed mutiny...
SA denies Zim loan request
SA denies Zim loan request
South Africa turned down a $1.2-billion loan request from Zimbabwe for in December, Jabulani Sikhakhane, spokesman for the finance ministry said on...
Angola: President Lourenço’s grace period is over
Angola: President Lourenço’s grace period is over
Miguel Sanz in Maputo — João Lourenço has been president of Angola since September 26 2017. About a year later,...
Youth is Africa’s prime challenge – but it could be an asset
Youth is Africa’s prime challenge – but it could be an asset
Merely reducing the chronic poverty that African countries face today is a challenge that places high demands on government and necessitates very...
Your guide to surviving 2019
Your guide to surviving 2019
Chances are 2019 will be better than 2018, during which the economy contracted for at least two quarters. It is projected to grow, although not...
Pakistan's 'penniless billionaires' expose money laundering frenzy
Pakistan's 'penniless billionaires' expose money laundering frenzy
It took rickshaw driver Mohammad Rasheed a year to save 300 rupees to buy his daughter a bike, so when he found three billion rupees ($22.5-million) had passed through an unused bank account in his name, he was stunned ... and scared....
Zambian economy on slippery slope
Zambian economy on slippery slope
In the face of spiralling debt, the Patriotic Front will struggle to take the next election
All are one at Ubuntu.Lab
All are one at Ubuntu.Lab
Our Ubuntu.Lab Hub and Reputation Custodians Network is in response to the reality that we human beings live in a world of competing narratives....

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