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Britain has taken a significant step by passing a law allowing the seizure of homes from foreigners who cannot explain how they paid for them.
The urban farm craze is finding fertile ground in New York, where 10 young entrepreneurs are learning to grow greens and herbs without soil, bathed in an indoor, psychedelic light.
For many on the oyster-rich shores of the River Foyle estuary on the northern tip of Ireland, Britain's departure from the European Union cannot come soon enough.
New kid on the fast-food block, RocoMamas, can boast the distinction of having ‘the most Instagrammed burger in SA’. And that is exactly the market the fast-food joint is aiming for.
After failing for years to attract funds for creaking infrastructure and ageing locomotives, help may be on the way from China.
Despite rising crude prices, key figures in the oil industry have raised concerns about low investments in exploration and production.
The state of rugby in the country is dire. Spectator numbers are dwindling and sponsors are tightening their belts. But could a new ruling by SA Rugby mean a revival for one of the nation’s most loved sports?
Wall Street stocks finished lower as nervousness about North Korea and other geopolitical hotspots offset positive momentum.