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NEW YORK, US: WTO members meeting as the General Council agreed on 30 November on a draft ministerial decision aimed at addressing the challenges faced by small economies.

DUBAI, UAE: 17-18 November 2015 brought together (in Dubai) some African Heads of State and Governments, as well as the captains of industry that have operations in the African continent; the occasion was the third iteration of the Africa

Writing in Mail & Guardian, Lynley Donnelly reports that the dry weather’s financial toll will be most felt as farmers begin to prepare for next year’s season, but there is some good news...

A continent of corruption... The latest African edition of the Global Corruption Barometer estimates that nearly 75 million people have paid a bribe in the past year…

Natasha Marrian, writing in BD Live, reports that ‘the African National Congress (ANC) says the implementation of a national minimum wage is a done deal…’

According to a report by Andiswa Maqutu in BD Live, Transnet acting group CEO Siyabonga Gama says many companies in SA have ‘lazy cash sitting on their balance sheets’ that ‘should be invested in upgrading plant a

This video is presented by the Institute for Security Studies and the Pardee Centre for International Futures... (Video)

As business for the year gears up we look at just what 2015 has in store for investment on the continent? Where does opportunity lie and where does danger lurk... (Video)

Design studio Architecture and Vision is bringing clean water to rural Ethiopia with its Warka Water project, reports Design Indaba…

Tom Nevin, writing in BD Live, reports that the threat to SA’s supply of clean water, now reaching alarming proportions, is largely of the country’s own making...

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