The ratings agency dropped its forecast to 0.7% in 2020 from the 1% it announced in November
Economic slowdown is likely to bite into earnings by 10% to 20% for months and hamper Chinese companies' ability to pay their debts
But agriculture minister Thoko Didiza says strict conditions will still apply even though foot-and-mouth disease has been contained
MPs will debate the president’s speech during a joint sitting of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces
French high-speed train maker builds scale in the face of stiff competition from global leader China
Credit ratings agency now expects the economy to grow 0.7% in 2020 from 1% and 0.9% in 2021
Need expressed for tools to better run business, and to access skills training so they can reach new customers
Japan’s quarter-on-quarter GDP shrinks 6.3% — the biggest slide since a previous tax increase in 2014
A good start to our rugby on the field this year suddenly appears to be not so good off the field
Restaurant in Africa’s tallest building in the heart of Sandton sets out to create an experience so good you won’t want to go home
From Peter Bregman at HBR.org:
You work too hard, she said. As criticism goes, this was a softball. Still, here’s what happened:
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