UK inflation data and New Zealand rate hike remind investors that global economy still faces many challenges
Firm offers from Rain and Toto, should they arrive at all, are probably little more than distractions and lacking in transparency
Agriculture department warns use of meat-related terms breach regulations
The governing party is discussing whether those criminally convicted of a serious crime should still have a home in the ANC
German traffic police are investigating the cause of the incident, which police say involved an autonomous vehicle
This is the steepest fall in retail activity since January 2021, showing the effects of higher inflation and interest rates
The claim by Sars that it costs the country R31bn is wrong — the real cost is about R4bn a year
Rail workers will stage nationwide strikes and bus and Underground staff will hold stoppages in London, among other disruptions
New Zealand Rugby sticks with him and appoints strategist Joe Schmidt to support him
A number of high-profile companies and individuals have been mentioned in the e-mails that form part of the so-called Gupta leaks. While the full impact of the Gupta leaks is yet to be determined, it is possible to provide general comments and observations about their potential impact on those mentioned, based on global and local anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption legislation.
Generally, global anti-money laundering laws require certain companies to conduct know-your-customer (KYC) checks on prospective and current clients. Similarly, anti-bribery and corruption laws require companies to conduct due diligence on third parties.
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