Call to strengthen EU money laundering laws over Gupta graft allegations

2017-10-31 07:31

A British member of the European Parliament has requested a review of the EU’s laws on money-laundering, over concerns that European banks have become embroiled in allegations of corruption around the Gupta family.

EU court backs migrant deportations by Austria, Slovenia

2017-07-26 15:05

The EU's top court on Wednesday backed decisions by Austria and Slovenia to deport asylum seekers back to Croatia at the height of the European migrant crisis in 2015.

EU urges SA to convince DRC to hold elections

2017-07-16 06:05

A high-ranking EU diplomat this week urged South Africa and the region to get more involved in nudging the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) towards elections because there was a real possibility of the country collapsing.

EU unveils plans to regulate drones

2017-06-18 12:31

The EU unveiled a blueprint to safely regulate drone traffic in Europe by 2019 in order to tap the growing commercial potential for unmanned aircraft technology.

SA economic growth reliant on EU trade relations

2017-02-13 07:08

Trade with the European Union is still key for the growth of the South African economy, chickens aside, government has said.

EU security chief warns of cyber threats

2017-01-24 21:01

EU security commissioner Julian King says Europe faces a growing threat of cyber attacks from criminals and those plotting to destabilise the bloc politically.

Ireland to appeal EU's record $14 billion tax order on Apple

2016-12-19 09:08

Ireland is appealing the EU's landmark order to collect 13 billion euros in taxes from Apple.

UK government's Brexit plans in hands of Supreme Court

2016-12-05 17:20

Britain's Supreme Court has begun hearing a landmark case that will decide who has the power to trigger the UK's exit from the European Union - the government or Parliament

What Brexit? Top Dutch bank moves traders to London

2016-10-16 14:58

Dutch top bank ING is moving dozens of trading jobs to London, defying expectations of an exodus of financial sector professionals from Britain because of Brexit.

May heads to Scotland in fight for Brexit UK unity

2016-07-15 14:58

Theresa May was heading to Scotland in her first visit as Britain's new prime minister, stressing her bid to maintain UK unity in the Brexit vote fall-out.


Citrus Black Spot proactive market closure

2017-10-24 13:59

The South African citrus industry has decided to proactively suspend the export of citrus fruit to the EU with immediate effect, but with certain exceptions.

Top EU court says it was wrong to end Hamas terror listing

2017-07-26 13:25

The European Union's top court says a lower court should not have removed the Islamic militant group Hamas from the EU's terror list and has sent the case back to the lower court for reconsideration

Brexit threatens Britain's summertime strawberries

2017-06-22 07:49

Brexit has brought uncertainty to millions of people and sent the pound plummeting, but the EU divorce could also hit Britain's sweet taste of summer - strawberries.

South Africans assured EU meat is safe to eat

2017-03-30 19:15

South Africans don't need to worry about meat from the European Union, assured industry producers in the wake of a rotten meat scandal uncovered in Brazil.

Chicken fight rocks SA’s trade relations with Europe

2017-01-26 08:10

Chinese steel and Mexican-made cars became political dynamite last year as politicians including US President Donald Trump championed anti-free trade rhetoric.

Gazprom: Russia supplied about a third of EU gas

2016-12-27 12:56

Russia has supplied nearly a third of Europe's gas needs in 2016, a record amount despite tensions with the European Union.

SA slaps huge import tax on EU chicken legs

2016-12-15 13:57

The government has slapped a safeguard duty of 13.9% on frozen chicken legs imported from the European Union to help the ailing local industry.

Eurozone chief rules out 'impossible' UK Brexit plans

2016-11-17 07:14

Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem has dismissed as "intellectually impossible" the notion that Britain could retain unfettered access to the European single market while also cutting down on EU immigration.

Brexit could take 10 years - expert

2016-10-02 18:07

Brexit may not conclude within the next two years and some experts even predict that Brexit could take 10 years to conclude.

Theresa May prepares to take over as Brexit PM

2016-07-13 10:05

British Prime Minister David Cameron steps down on Wednesday and Theresa May prepares to take his place following a momentous referendum to leave the European Union that has sent shockwaves around the world.

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