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The Gauteng provincial government has improved its revenue from R2 620bn to R4 344bn over the past five years, finance MEC Barbara Creecy says.
Hamburg has told Uber, a US car service whose smartphone app summons rides at the touch of a button, to stop operating in the German city, adding to resistance the company has faced globally from local regulators and taxi drivers.
The European Central Bank's website has been hacked and some email addresses and other contact information stolen, but no market-sensitive data was affected.
More than 70% of China's coal firms are making losses, with prices eroded by falling demand growth, a worsening supply glut and a war on smog.
Standard Chartered has rejected reports it had stepped up succession plans for its chair and chief executive, who are under growing pressure from shareholders.
The EU will target state-owned Russian banks and the ability to finance Moscow's faltering economy in its most serious sanctions so far over the Ukraine crisis.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed three members to the Financial and Fiscal Commission, the president's office has announced.
Spanish airline Iberia has reached an agreement with unions to cut 1 400 jobs, a reduction from a planned 1 600-job cuts, the company says.