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Brexit should send warning signals to worker organisations everywhere, says Terry Bell.
The next adult generation is at risk of being polarised on the basis of skin colour, says Solly Moeng.
World Bank president Jim Yong Kim has expressed concern over Britain's decision to exit from the European Union.
A top Singapore bank has suspended loans to anyone wanting to buy property in London, citing uncertainty from Britain's vote to quit the EU.
German unemployment has extended its decline in June, signalling economic growth remained robust before Britons unexpectedly voted to exit the European Union.
Consumer confidence in Germany is on the rise as households feel that robust domestic demand, rising wages and low inflation will keep it on a growth path.
Consumer purchases have moderated last month after the biggest advance since August 2009 as American households realigned outlays with slower income growth.
If British business wants to keep access to Europe's single market, the country must accept European workers, say European Union leaders.
EU leaders have agreed that Britain cannot have access to the single market after leaving the union without accepting the bloc's rules on free movement.
Over a third of US voters see the UK’s decision to leave the EU as damaging to the American economy.
Traders, who have consistently been better at predicting interest rates than the Federal Reserve, expect the next rate hike only in January next year.
Brexit has delivered a potential windfall for tourists eager to shop in London as a slumping pound is a much-needed shot in the arm for UK luxury companies
British entrepreneur Richard Branson says his Virgin Group had pulled out of a deal involving 3 000 jobs after Britain voted to leave the EU.
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Matthew Lester, who’s ten years from retirement, is looking at his pension post-Brexit.
Outrage in Tshwane highlights a big disconnect between ANC supporters and the party itself.
Thousands of principled CEOs all around the country are quietly giving back.
We must make it as easy as possible for foreigners to enter and travel to the country.
The Maitland Group CEO share secrets of building a global business.
The most liquid small caps have trumped their large rivals on the JSE in the past year.
For Britons planning travelling abroad for their summer holidays, their slumping currency means that the pound in their pocket has lost purchasing power.
Foxtons forecast lower 2016 revenue and profit as the UK’s decision to leave the European Union prolongs uncertainty in London’s residential property market.
NBC will produce 85 hours of virtual reality programming for the upcoming Rio Olympics - but only for users of Samsung Galaxy smartphones and the Samsung Gear VR headset.
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