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Biofortification a bowl of hope for Africa’s malnourished

Many people who live in Lira district in northern Uganda consider Perpetua Okao a farmer and a life saver – and it is easy to know why.

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Trade paints over South-East Asian simmering tensions

The world debate may be preoccupied with “hot” crises in the Middle East, Isis, Eastern Ukraine and fighting Ebola. Yet tensions in East Asia have n... Read Story

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Is China heading towards a downturn?

China is in transition. That the country has achieved spectacular levels of growth over the past three decades is irrefutable, but the law of large numbers, ove... Read Story

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Numsa’s woes spell trouble for SA
November 11 2014 at 04:49

SA should brace itself for a tumultuous period of industrial relations and labour strife.

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Counterfeit, fraud serious threats to quality SA wines
November 12 2014 at 04:35

The Annual Cape Wine Makers Guild Auction is reputed for premium quality wines, attracting private collectors and trade buyers.

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Beijing’s financial charm offensive lacks love
November 12 2014 at 04:57

After two years of waxing poetic at home about a “China Dream”, Xi Jinping wants to enchant the entire Asia region – and is dangling $1.25 trillion (R14 trillion) to make sure he does.

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Brown and the power utility have much to answer for
November 12 2014 at 04:32

The DA’s Natasha Michael responds to Minister Lynne Brown’s open letter dated November 6.

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Perfect time for Asia to embark on reform trail
November 11 2014 at 05:18

When he travels to Asia this week, US President Barack Obama will find himself in unfamiliar territory: not Asia, which he visited just last year, but amid leaders who enjoy popular mandates, negligible political oppositio... Read Story
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US healing as global economy still suffers
November 11 2014 at 05:14

Last week’s employment report confirms that the US labour market is healing.

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Levy predicts global economic depression
November 11 2014 at 05:12

In 1929, a businessman and economist by the name of Jerome Levy did not like what he saw in his analysis of corporate profits.

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International costs of roaming stray into overpriced territory
November 11 2014 at 04:51

It is quite astounding in this era of technological advancement that cellular providers are still unable to significantly lower their rates for international roaming, for calls made and received, as well as for data usage.... Read Story
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Unsecured lending no place for our money
November 10 2014 at 04:42

Having lost a lot of money by investing it in a (money market) unit trust: the ones that are really safe, I am tired of being fed with the idea that the money is very safe in a “side-pocket”, which has been set... Read Story
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Eskom ignorance just short of criminal
November 10 2014 at 04:41

The collapse of the Majuba power station coal silo, aka a bunker, typifies the mess that Eskom has created over the years and indicates that they are truly inept.

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