Five scenarios how Brexit can impact SA

2016-06-29 12:40

There are five scenarios the UK and the EU are facing post Brexit that could either boost or hamper SA's trade relations, an SA economist and trade consultant has revealed.

SA's Rooibos Tea gains protection under EU deal

2016-06-17 12:56

South Africa's renowned Rooibos Tea has secured geographic indicator status in a pact with the European Union, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

Cheap chicken imports affecting the poultry industry

2014-07-07 16:43

SAPA has issued a claim against European countries for dumping massive amounts of cheap produce into South Africa.

First person fitted with artificial heart doing well

2014-02-19 13:00

The first person to be fitted with an artificial heart, designed to beat for several years, is in a satisfactory condition in a Paris hospital.

Olive oil jugs banned on restaurant tables

2013-05-22 09:36

No more olive oil jugs & dipping bowls on restaurant tables in the EU.

Ireland debt rating cut to junk

2011-07-12 22:13

Ratings agency Moody's has downgraded Ireland's bonds to junk status as the eurozone economy struggles to pull out of a financial crisis.


WATCH: Brexit will be financial disaster – Richard Branson

2016-06-21 14:21

Britons will cause 'irreparable damage' both to Great Britain and to Europe if it votes “Leave” in Thursday’s referendum, says entrepreneur Richard Branson.

SA orange farmers turn east after EU fungus dispute

2015-08-30 13:00

Citrus farmers are turning to new markets in Asia after the European Union temporarily halted imports over concern that a fungal disease would spread to farms in Spain.

Italy vows rigour to change EU fiscal rules

2014-04-09 11:01

Italy's new government has given its clearest indication yet that it plans to push for an easing of European Union fiscal rules after convincing its EU partners.

Latvia becomes 18th EU member

2014-01-02 10:11

Latvia has become the 18th member of the eurozone on January 1, which also marks the 15th anniversary of the launch of the single currency in 1999.

IMF urges EU to clean up banks

2013-03-15 19:38

The European economy must urgently shore up its banks in order to advance toward a banking union, says the International Monetary Fund.

EU scrutinising Libya ceasefire offer

2011-03-18 17:27

European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton says members of the 27-nation bloc are "looking at the details" of Libya's ceasefire offer.

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