How SA’s stepping up as a forex hub and what that means for investors

2019-12-18 10:12

With an average turnover of $6.6 trillion per day in April 2019, the forex market is the largest and most liquid financial market in the world. Read more on how SA is stepping up as a forex hub.

Don't mention Brexit! England supreme in Europe with historic finals sweep

2019-05-10 07:43

The Premier League has marked its return to prominence on the European stage in a week punctuated by spellbinding drama.

The pound's trajectory is far clearer than Brexit outlook

2019-03-17 08:14

As the UK’s Parliament finds itself deadlocked over Brexit, its currency may finally be starting to wriggle free.

Post-Brexit: What's holding up a trade arrangement between SA and the UK?

2019-03-13 21:04

Two key issues must still be ironed out relating to the existing trade agreement, the portfolio committee on trade and industry heard on Wednesday.

Brexit means EU needs bank champions, German regulator says

2018-11-16 20:17

The UK’s impending exit from the EU increases the need for banking giants in the bloc that can rival those in London and New York, according to Germany’s central bank.

‘Bad Brexit’ would hurt the UK economy for more than a decade

2018-01-10 12:10

The UK economy will be paying the price for years to come if Prime Minister Theresa May fails to secure a Brexit agreement with European Union leaders.

EU draft guidelines following UK's Brexit trigger

2017-03-31 13:04

The European Council has received the notification by the United Kingdom of its intention to withdraw from the European Union and Euratom.

UK submits formal request to exit the EU - EU's Tusk

2017-03-29 13:59

The UK submitted a formal request to exit the European Union, invoking Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, EU President Donald Tusk said.

UK cost of living keeps rising due to Brexit impact

2017-03-21 15:27

Britain's Office of National Statistics says the inflation rate rose to 2.3% in February as pressures on the pound following Brexit filtered into the economy in the form of rising food and fuel prices

Britain's Brexit bill to be 'very hefty': Juncker

2017-02-21 19:14

Britain will have to pay a "very hefty" bill to leave the European Union and negotiating a new relationship with the bloc will take years, says EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker.


FA hoping for Brexit boost for England

2019-09-05 07:31

The English Football Association's (FA) new technical director Les Reed believes Brexit could give more English players opportunities to play in the Premier League.

Risk of UK dumping its chicken on SA in no-deal Brexit – trade movement

2019-03-17 10:33

The FairPlay Movement has warned that a no-deal Brexit could possibly lead to increased chicken exports from the UK to SA.

WATCH: Brexit - What happens next?

2019-03-14 22:47

MPs have approved a Government motion which aims to extend the Brexit process. So what are the next steps in leaving the European Union?

May sticks with Brexit deal vote as demands to renegotiate mount

2018-12-10 06:28

Prime Minister Theresa May faces heavy opposition against her Brexit deal as cabinet ministers say she is pushing ahead with a Tuesday’s crucial House of Commons vote despite predictions it’s headed for defeat.

WATCH: Larry the cat patrols Downing Street amid crunch Brexit meeting

2018-11-14 21:07

The world's media has descended on Downing Street, but that didn't put Larry the cat off his daily routine.

Shock election may delay Brexit talks, soften tone: experts

2017-06-09 15:13

With Brexit talks due to begin in just over a week, Britain's shock election results may soften the government's strategy - if there is even a government formed to negotiate in Brussels by then.

Brexit trigger spells trouble for UK's sweet economic run

2017-03-30 10:42

UK Prime Minister has started the formal withdrawal from the European Union, leaving businesses and investors facing the realities of Brexit and changes to everything.

Thousands in London streets to protest Brexit

2017-03-25 19:00

Thousands of demonstrators are gathering under sunny skies in central London to protest plans for Britain to withdraw from the European Union.

Brexit talks start might slip to June in timing blow to May

2017-03-15 15:46

The European Union is poised to exert pressure on Britain by stalling the start of formal Brexit talks until June, eroding the time Prime Minister Theresa May has to land a deal.

May not budging over new Brexit challenge

2017-02-06 18:21

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is refusing to compromise in the face of a fresh challenge to her Brexit plans.

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