Opec and some nonmembers of the cartel, including Russia, extended an output cut agreement in November, until the end of 2018
Moves against ‘foreign propaganda’ open the door for repressive governments to act against US and other news media in their countries, writes Leonid Bershidsky
Parents and associations want more time to assess the proposals, which ‘assume parents are guilty of educational neglect’
‘We said no‚ we don’t think that would be a useful change … of course there were very strong words used’
Investec is forming a pilot programme with UK’s online lender MarketInvoice due to the EU’s new open banking law
Investec economist Kamilla Kaplan says consumption growth is still constrained by factors including tax hikes, high unemployment and weaker income growth
Changes to the National Small Business Act will update the definition of small business, with SMEs already contributing up to 47% of SA’s GDP
He says this is to fight Islamic militants and leftist rebels, but his opposition says he wants a dictatorship
‘It is well known that I have asthma and I know exactly what the rules are.… I know for sure that I will be tested every day I wear the race leader’s jersey’
Google released its ‘what was trending in 2017’ statistics on Wednesday, showing that bitcoin‚ belly fat and junk status were popular search topics in SA
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