Supporting Gogos to support young parents would be the most cost-effective way of repairing our broken social fabric, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
Scattered clouds. Mild.
Hong Kong and Macau users reported the the Taiwan flag emoji has disappeared for iPhone users in iOS 13.1.1 or above.
Africa’s potential workforce will likely be larger than that of Asia by the end of the 21st century as both continents wrestle with different demographic and economic challenges.
China announced that it will hike tariffs on $60 billion worth of US imports.
Cathay Pacific Airways just gave potentially thousands of travellers a very auspicious start to 2019 indeed.
Thailand is set to top travellers' travel lists in 2019. We've got some advice from three travel experts on how to make it your next destination.
Energy firms have led losses as oil prices extended their recent losses, while most stock markets tumbled again and analysts questioned whether a rally may have run its course.
Afghan local police and anti-Taliban militias have a mixed record in fighting the insurgency. They have brought security to some areas, but critics say they have weakened it in others.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says boosting Africa-Asia cooperation can usher in a new era in global trade, driven by two of the world's fastest-growing regions.
Asian bourses have been listless in early trade ahead of the US Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting.
Asian stocks have been weaker in early trade, as investors awaited the release of Chinese economic statistics.
A protest in Hong Kong on Sunday ended in violence after police deployed tear gas and rubber bullets against a group of pro-democracy activists.
TV and radio personality, Penny Lebyane, enjoys a tropical getaway
Facebook has been working to expand business in China, but Mark Zuckerberg's new note on privacy suggests that Facebook won't build data centres there.
Fresh political turbulence in Washington and renewed fears over US-China relations pushed Asian markets lower Friday, as a global slump sparked by unease over Fed policy showed no signs of easing.
Caution has prevailed in Asia, with stocks slumping and the dollar climbing, as investors girded themselves for potentially seismic events this month.
Hong Kong stocks headed for their worst start to a lunar new year since 1994 as a global equity rout deepened amid concern over the strength of the world economy.
Many of the 14 migrants who were hit and killed by a train in a remote river gorge in Macedonia had stopped to take a rest after an exhausting hours long hike, railway officials say.
Asian shares have recouped losses while commodities won a break from recent selling pressure after a reading on China's factory sector outpaced expectations.
Asian markets have retreated, led by Hong Kong after data at the weekend showed Chinese industrial output expanded in August at its lowest since great depression.
Asian shares have been mixed following a pick-up on Wall Street while China released data showing inflation remained tepid.
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