Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is being defied by members of his ruling party who are orchestrating a violent crackdown after demonstrations this month, government and military officials said.
Attracting foreign investment is absolutely key to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s plan to kickstart the sluggish South African economy.
Growth is slowing in China despite Chinese Vice-President Wang Qishan assuring delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos that sustainable growth will be maintained in his country.
Many of us are not so sure about trusting driverless cars, but witnessing many drivers’ limited ability to park, using robots to park cars may be more acceptable – especially at airports.
UK-based businesses can take a breather as the Brexit cliff that the Brits are intent to push themselves over, is receding – for now.
The FW de Klerk Foundation like many South Africans are asking when the Hawks are going to apply for search and seizure warrants.
Some of South Africa’s decisions on the diplomatic front have been questionable and its foreign policy has even been described as non-existent.
The Public Investment Corporation has suspended two employees after an investigation into a transaction with Ayo Technology Solutions.