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Google opens a pop-up store in New York’s trendy Soho neighbourhood to let people get their hands on new devices.
Drowning in bad debt and swamped by slowing economies, more and more of the continent’s lenders are starting to fail.
Developed with the help of Volvo, Geely's new car brand promises something of a smartphone on wheels.
Wilderness Holdings reports a completed reforestation project in Rwanda and a 22 percent increase in after-tax profit in the first half.
Lenovo has launched its latest Moto smartphones in South Africa, a move that sees the return of Motorola phones.
The platinum sector appeared to have averted a strike after Lonmin reaches an agreement “in principle” with AMCU.
MTN complied with Nigerian fund transfer rules and did not send money out of the country until it obtained regulatory approvals, it says.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May marks her 100th day in office today following a clash with her European counterparts.
Lumbering economic growth is expected to be Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's main Achilles' heel when he presents his budget on Wednesday.
Mali's government allows the offices of companies controlled by Randgold Resources in the capital Bamako to reopen.
Lewis Group expects a drop in half-year earnings of up to 45 percent as its less affluent customers face tough economic conditions.
National Treasury has says it is “peculiar” that the Gupta-owned Oakbay chooses to respond to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s affidavit in public.
Zimbabwe’s tentative return to its own currency is getting a hostile reception from citizens, who fear a recurrence of 500 billion percent inflation.
BHP Billiton’s chairman, 68-year-old Jacques Nasser, will not seek re-election to the board next year.