GRAND DREAMS: Visitors gather near a scale model of Sheikh Mohamed Bin Rashid al-Maktoum city at the annual Cityscape Global show in Dubai, which has served in the past as the launchpad for grandiose projects. (Marwan Naamani, AFP)
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The dollar has retreated in Asia after surging last week on hints by the Fed of higher than expected interest rates and Scotland's decision to stay in the UK.
Nasa's Maven spacecraft has begun orbiting Mars in a mission to study how the red planet's climate changed over time from warm and wet to cold and dry.
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US stocks emerged stronger from the past week following a favourable Fed decision, rejection of Scottish independence and Alibaba's record stock offering.
Asian markets mostly fallen on profit taking after the big gains at the end of last week, while the dollar eased from more than six-year highs against the yen.
Oil prices have fallen as dealers await key Chinese manufacturing data for clues about demand in the world's top energy consumer, analysts have said.
R65m from the City of Tshwane has been squandered on the cancelled TribeOne music festival, the City Press newspaper reported.
Local markets will be closed for Heritage Day mid-week, and all eyes will be on the rand for further direction, after a lacklustre week on the SA bourse.