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Millions of South Africans rely on taxis for their

Cape Town’s taxi violence - rooted in attempts to govern competition


With driverless cars late, a startup tries remote-control trucks

Apr 20 2019 19:00

Phantom Auto was founded in 2017 to help bridge the gap between the vision and the reality of autonomous vehicles. It offers remote-driving technology that provides human intervention for construction zones, bad weather, roadside emergencies or anything else that might fluster the artificial intelligence piloting a driverless car.


FEATURE: How China is defending its detention of Muslims to the world

Apr 20 2019 18:00

At the Shu Le County Education Center, a sprawling three-story complex in China’s far west region of Xinjiang, the dormitories feature bars on windows and doors that only lock from the outside.


Analysis & Opinion


Cape Town’s taxi violence - rooted in attempts to govern competition

South Africans need consistent and thoughtful local leadership both to...


Wait for it: Why Boeing 737 Max software fix is taking so long

In the days after a Boeing's 737 Max 8 jet plunged into Indonesia’s Java...


BOOK REVIEW: Why your business is like a flywheel, and other key concepts for success

A giant, heavy flywheel is not unlike a successful enterprise, says Ian...


Ferial Haffajee: Big budgets cushion bigwigs from the consequences of poor government

If VIPs were affected by poor service delivery, would we see the same...


The dollar looks poised to wreak some havoc

There’s been a lot of talk lately about how the global currency market...

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Portugal petrol strike lifted

Apr 18 2019 12:33

Fuel haulers in Portugal lifted on Thursday a strike that caused long lines at petrol stations days before a long holiday weekend following mediation by the government.

Hong Kong stocks end week on a low note

Apr 18 2019 11:22

Hong Kong stocks have ended the week down, in line with an Asia-wide retreat and following losses on Wall Street, as investors wound down for a long Easter weekend.

P&G puts ad platforms like Facebook, Google on notice

Apr 12 2019 18:57

Procter & Gamble, one of the most important advertisers for Google and Facebook, ramped up criticism of internet platforms, saying the problems plaguing the industry aren’t getting fixed fast enough.

World stocks push higher as US banks shine

Apr 12 2019 16:07

Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic have pushed higher after two major US banks reported earnings ahead of analysts' expectations.

Tokyo's Nikkei index close higher

Apr 12 2019 09:42

Tokyo's main Nikkei index has closed higher as the dollar's rebound encouraged buying, but the broader Topix was down, with little fresh news to guide investors.

Large parts of Venezuela hit by new blackout

Apr 10 2019 11:00

A new blackout across large parts of crisis-hit Venezuela, including the capital Caracas, forced many to spend another night in the dark.



Why dividends are key

Apr 16 2019 13:04

PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw takes a look the FTSE/JSE Dividend Plus Index’s performance to illustrate why you would do well to invest in companies that pay high dividends.

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