The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
More sun than clouds. Cool.
A weaker growth pace for the Chinese economy due to the coronavirus outbreak will have knock-on effects on sectors in SA's economy.
Gold climbed to a three-month high to clinch its best annual performance since 2010, as a weaker dollar helped cap a year marked by global economic jitters and trade frictions.
Chinese investor Jiang Rungong, who moved to Greece three years ago, says he and his family could not be happier in their new home on the Athens coast.
Business France and the French Treasury Directorate recently released the 2019 France Attractiveness Scoreboard.
According to the president of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations the premise of the World Trade Organisation is being challenged..
The European Central Bank cut interest rates further below zero and revived bond purchases after President Mario Draghi overcame critics of his stimulus policies to make a final run at reflating the euro-area economy.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit strategy is in tatters, his ruling Conservative party is disintegrating and he's clinging on to power by a thread.
A former German transport minister proposes setting a price floor on air tickets, to eliminate the cheapest offerings from Europe's ubiquitous discount airlines.
When President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he had second thoughts about escalating the trade war with China, he meant that he wished he had raised tariffs on Beijing even higher, the White House said. Jillian Kitchener has more.
International think-tank, the Club of Rome (CoR), is set to hold its Annual Conference and Global Summit in Stellenbosch on November 6.
The UK is set to leave the European Union on January 31, 2020. We take a look at what that means for the SA economy.
There is a strengthening of relations between South Africa and the UAE to take cultural and economic ties to the next level, says the CEO of the Dubai Chamber.
But the Absa Purchasing Manager's Index shows businesses remain concerned about loadshedding and the slowing global economy.
Half a million homes and businesses in Northern California lost power and more will soon follow as bankrupt California utility giant PG&E Corp. carries out its biggest-ever intentional blackout to keep power lines from sparking blazes.
A Chinese agricultural delegation canceled a planned visits to farms in Montana and Nebraska that had been scheduled for the coming days, officials said Friday.
An unexpected contraction in China’s exports during August is the clearest signal yet that the worst of the trade war damage is still to come.
Donald Trump and the White House prepare to confront Hurricane Dorian, whose approach threatens both the president's re-election and his personal property.
This month the US yield curve, specifically the difference between the ten- and two-year US Treasury bond yields, turned negative.
The escalating trade war means investors won't have long to chew over the outcome of weekend meetings of central bankers in Wyoming and world leaders in France.
Investors will be hanging on Jerome Powell's every word this week for clues as to whether the current nervousness gripping emerging markets is justified.
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