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FICA bill battle is far from over

Apr 30 2017 17:29

The Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment bill has finally been signed into law, but the focus now turns to the careful monitoring of its implementation.

Economy

Relief as Zuma signs FICA bill into law

Apr 30 2017 15:15

The Banking Association of South Africa breathed a huge sigh of relief after President Jacob Zuma signed the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment bill into law.

Economy

Britain steps up fight to expose dirty London property

Apr 30 2017 15:00

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.

Economy

Urban farming flourishes in New York

Apr 30 2017 14:00

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.

Economy

Brexit offers hope for Irish oyster farmers

Apr 30 2017 13:00

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.

Economy

China steams to the rescue for Bulgaria's creaking railways

Apr 30 2017 12:00

After failing for years to attract funds for creaking infrastructure and ageing locomotives, help may be on the way from China.

Economy

Why brutalising food vendors hits Africa’s growing cities where it hurts

Apr 30 2017 12:15

To feed developing urban populations, Africa’s cities must find productive ways to work with the informal traders and markets where they get their food, writes Danielle Resnick.

Economy

Nuclear deal brought to its knees

Apr 30 2017 09:50

With the scrapping of all agreements, one thing is sure: restarting the process will need time and the public’s say.

Economy

Import restrictions fail to help Zimbabwe’s producers

Apr 30 2017 09:28

Zimbabwean firms are battling with a flood of imports that are placing profits and pricing under pressure, despite restrictions introduced by President Robert Mugabe’s government last year.

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