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UK's May edges toward deal with DUP to keep grip on power

Jun 22 2017 12:13

The Conservatives and Democratic Unionist Party are close to a deal to keep Prime Minister Theresa May in power, senior figures on both sides signalled.


Govt now spends more on servicing debt than social grants

Jun 22 2017 12:46

Servicing its debt is now costing the South African government more than the amount it spends on social grants, says a political analyst.


Brexit economy hits UK ad spending

Jun 22 2017 10:30

Britain’s advertising market is slowing as the long road to exiting the European Union begins to wear on the economy and prompt marketers to pull back.


Nigeria rolls out $2bn Brazil-like social-welfare plan

Jun 22 2017 09:45

Nigeria is rolling out its first national social-welfare programme modelled partly on Brazil’s Bolsa Familia in a bid to boost a weak economy and curb poverty.


Irregular expenditure in municipalities balloons to over R16bn - AG

Jun 22 2017 11:38

Deviation from supply chain management regulations has resulted in irregular expenditure rising over 59% to R16.81bn, according to the local government audit outcomes report.


Brexit threatens Britain's summertime strawberries

Jun 22 2017 07:49

Brexit has brought uncertainty to millions of people and sent the pound plummeting, but the EU divorce could also hit Britain's sweet taste of summer - strawberries.


Chicken dumping: Rival groups battle it out

Jun 22 2017 07:31

Claims by advocacy group FairPlay over chicken dumping in South Africa have ruffled the feathers of the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters.



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