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Prolonged droughts, taxes, duty-free imports — all are bad, but the biggest challenge to the sector remains the government not offering sufficient protection
The airport is advising passengers to allow for possible delays and longer travelling times as a precaution
The conference was rescheduled to ensure ‘high-level logistical arrangements’ and to build consensus; Sihle Zikalala is tipped to be elected provincial chairman
The Irish airline’s cabin crew across Europe escalate a staff revolt that is expected to affect up to 50,000 customers
Furniture retailers noted the biggest growth in May from the same month in 2017, with sales rising 14.4%
But some critics say certain aspects of the Competition Amendment Bill could put off foreign investors
Russia wants to question a number of US citizens and UK financier
The big-serving player who made history at the 2018 Wimbledon final says he’ll be ‘a proud South African for the rest of my career’
Martin Wolf reviews Adam Tooze’s detailed and superbly researched account of the origins and consequences of the global financial crisis
The ship had poor accommodation, poor health and safety conditions, and insufficient food for the crew
The boys have been released from hospital in good health, but reporters were asked to tread carefully with their questions
The deal, which creates the world’s largest open economic area, hopes to counter Donald Trump’s protectionist trade policies
GDP growth slowed, factory expansion was the weakest in two years and the US trade war hangs over China — but it says there is ‘policy room’ ...
Xpeng has delivered no cars, and has neither a factory nor a production licence, but it has something that could give it a head start over Elon Musk
An intense heatwave has killed at least 14 people in Japan and the high temperatures have hampered recovery efforts in flooded parts of the country
Campaigners point out that traffickers could be jailed for 10 years or for life under the law
Heatstroke is one more thing to worry about for relief workers and survivors of the catastrophic floods that killed more than 200 people
Businesses are fighting to freeze salaries amid signs of growing economic headwinds
US negotiators arrived at the militarised border between the two Koreas and were kept waiting, before it was announced the meeting would be rescheduled
Starting the torch relay in the place where a nuclear plant to meltdown in 2011 killed or displaced thousands, ‘marks these Olympics as the Games of ...
Shortly after the last four boys and the coach were brought out, a water pump failed between two chambers, filling them with water as 20 rescuers remained ...
China’s commerce ministry has reiterated that China does not want a trade war, but it also does not fear one
The 12 boys rescued from inside a flooded Thai cave lost an average of 2kg, says a health inspector
The regulator said Apple’s Japan unit sold iPhones cheaply but charged higher monthly fees and locked customer’s into contracts
The remaining five boys emerged in groups during Tuesday, guided out by international divers and the Navy Seals
The widow of Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo was allowed to leave the country, after nearly a decade under house arrest, following a high-profile diplomatic ...
‘We know it’s a race against time, we are trying as hard as we can’
The move comes amid a Chinese campaign to crack down on financial risks and economic uncertainty
New Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has threatened to cancel the high-speed railway link — a signature project of his tainted predecessor — to save ...
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