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Google faces new UK probe over ad tech dominance

Antitrust watchdog says it is concerned Google sought to favour its own ad exchange services illegally

SA needs $250bn to kick its coal habit

Study finds that it will cost $250bn over the 30 years to close the coal-fired power plants and replace them with green energy

Borer beetle could wipe out a quarter of SA’s urban trees

Researchers say the country’s citrus and macadamia nut plantations are also at risk

China economy faring worse than in 2020, says Premier Li Keqiang

Keqiang urges efforts to reduce  soaring unemployment amid China's severe zero-Covid policy

Election spending is aggravating Nigeria’s inflation, says economist

Abdulazeez Kuranga says there are more interest rates to come after bank hikes by 150 basis points

Elon Musk is seeking ‘streetfighters’ to beef up legal department

Musk’s lawyering up may have to do with a clash over the safety of Autopilot and the Full Self-Driving features that Tesla has been selling for years before ...

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed admits to sending 5,000 troops to Eritrea for training

The secret recruitment and dispatch of the troops sparked protests in Somalia in 2021

US ends Russia debt payment exemption

US banks and individuals will be barred from accepting bond payments from Russia’s government from Wednesday

Snap warning erases $160bn in social media stock rout

Snap’s profit warning hits tech giants Meta Platforms, Alphabet, Twitter and Pinterest

Nigeria hikes benchmark interest rate for the first time in six years

Monetary policy committee votes to raise the rate by 150 bps to 13%

Thungela ordered to repair damage from toxic coal spill in river

Failure of concrete seal at 50-year-old mine caused leak, says miner

Glencore to plead guilty in graft probes and prepares to pay up to $1.5bn

The misconduct spanned businesses and activities from bribery and corruption in Brazil, Venezuela and five African nations, to price manipulation in US ...

Goldman staff back in the office as Credit Suisse embraces hybrid

CEOs at Davos show there is still a divergence of approach about the future of work

Most Ukrainians rule out any territorial concessions to end war

Poll shows 82% of respondents oppose giving up land, even if it prolongs the war

Uber strikes a deal with Italy’s top taxi dispatcher

Similar partnerships in New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong and Madrid

Orban starts his fourth term with a recipe to defy limits on his power

Hungarian strongman prime minister is unfazed by growing international isolation