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Beginning with Chávez and continuing under Maduro, Venezuela has evolved into a rampant kleptocracy, writes Anthea McCarthy-Jones
Félix Tshisekedi has provisionally been declared winner of the DRC election — a controversial result. But there are suspicions that Joseph Kabila may have done a deal to retain his grip on power
Business and labour are questioning the governing party's jobs plans unveiled in its election manifesto
UK real estate investment trusts could be buying opportunities as Brexit looks less likely in 2019
Expect 2019 to be a rocky ride that results in frustratingly little economic reform and only slightly better growth
ANC head of economic transformation could make a career of correcting the cringeworthy comments by the party about nationalising the Reserve Bank
Investors have deserted metal, which has fallen out of favour amid shrinking demand and excess supply
'Hurry Hurry' Johanneson scored 67 goals and played a role in helping Leeds United to win promotion to the First Division in 1964
A growing number of employers and individuals are paying to ease sleep deficiency, writes Emma Jacobs
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