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S. Africa’s JSE closes weaker after delay in trading

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed weaker on Monday after delayed trade in the morning, with retailers and industrials leading the losers. The local currency...
Nurses take care of a newborn baby at the Tangdu Hospital in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Feb. 24, 2016. The baby, born on Wednesday in Xi'an through frozen embryo transfer (FET), was fertilized over 12 years ago and became China's longgest preserved tube baby through FET technology. (Xinhua/Liu Tingting)

Shortage of nurses exacerbates health problems in S. Africa

The severe shortage of nurses in South Africa is a "ticking time bomb" that requires urgent attention, said Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa...
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S. African stocks end higher on Trump-Kim meeting

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed slightly up on Tuesday as markets reacted positively to the historic meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and...
Gun Manufacturers

Opportunities associated with IoT/Industry 4.0 for Manufacturers

Running alongside this year’s Manufacturing Indaba is the IoT (Internet of Things)/Industry 4.0 Conference, being presented as a side event of the Indaba. Influential...
african-trade

South Africa to initiate process to sign Africa’s free trade treaty

South Africa's Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Bulelani Magwanishe on Monday said his country will soon initiate a process to sign African Continental Free...
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South Africa sees rising cash-in-transit crimes

The South African Banking Risk Information Center (SABRIC) on Monday said there is a worrisome increase in the cash-in-transit (CIT) attacks with 148 having...
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South African police arrest two for torching schools, police van

Police in South Africa on Sunday confirmed the arrest of two ring leaders responsible for burning two schools and a police van injuring a...
SA stocks

South African stocks end higher Friday

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed higher on Friday. The all share was 0.38 percent higher at 56,916.97 points and the top 40 rose 0.39...
South African airways

South African Airways rescue stranded customers of suspended sister company

The South African Airways (SAA) on Friday came to the rescue of the stranded South African Express Airways whose licence was suspended on Thursday...
South Africa police

South African police beef up deployment after two schools, police van are burnt

The South African police on Saturday deployed more police in the Zaaiplaas area in Limpopo district after protesting crowd burnt another school on Friday...
arrested

South African municipal mayor arrested for conspiracy to kill

South Africa's parliamentary select committee on security and justice on Saturday expressed shock at the arrest of Enduneni municipal mayor for plotting to have...
SA stocks

South African stocks slump Thursday

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed weaker on Thursday after a decision by the South Africa Reserve Bank to keep the repo rate on...
SA stocks

South Africa’s JSE closes lower after Trump’s trade tweets

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed weaker on Wednesday after U.S. president Donald Trump said he was not satisfied with talks aimed at preventing...
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S. Africa’s JSE closes higher following U.S-China trade reconciliation

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed firmer on Tuesday as signs of reconciliation between the United States and China over trade issues lifted sentiment...
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S. Africa’s ruling party says determined to expropriate land without compensation

South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) party on Monday said it wants a clause to be inserted in the country's constitution to enable...
South African police

South Africa: Police deploy more officers after a series of unrest

The South African police on Saturday deployed more police in the Zaaiplaas area in Limpopo district after protesting crowd burnt another school on Friday...

Carbon Black and Fortinet Outdoor Their Joint Solution

Carbon Black, a leader in next-generation endpoint security, and Fortinet, securers of the largest enterprise, service provider, and government organisations around the world, have...
South Africa

Calls mount for South Africa to expel Israel ambassador

South Africa's political and civil organizations continue to make calls on their government to expel the Israel ambassador from the country. This comes after Israel...
MICE Masterclass

Africa Business Tourism and Mice Masterclass Begins This June in Johannesburg

As part of the push to grow business tourism and MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) across Africa, industry professionals and public sector tourism...
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)

The Idea of establishing resilience against widespread threats in government

There’s no doubt that the United States is taking Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks seriously. In point of fact, the Secretary of Commerce...
Discovery Channel Don't Stop Wondering Award

Come Let’s Discover The World Together

There are only two weeks left to enter the Don't Stop Wondering Award The Discovery Channel Don't Stop Wondering Award is back for its second...
SA stocks

S. African stocks close higher

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed higher on Friday. Platinum stocks were higher, despite a flat metal price and marginally weaker rand. The local unit reached...
SA stocks

S. African stocks end higher, as retailers, miners retreat

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed firmer on Thursday, buoyed by Naspers which kept the local bourse in positive territory as retailers and miners...
extractive sector

S. African labor federations calls on mine owners to enforce safety precautions

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Thursday picketed the chamber of mines offices demanding that mining sector observe safety precautions in...
#AfricaInvestmentForum

Africa is ready to host African Investment forum for 2018

The Gauteng Province in South Africa has endorsed the African Development Bank’s November 2018 Africa Investment Forum as a world-class initiative that is uniquely...

DDoS Attacks becoming more sophisticated by the day

New data is showing that distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are becoming more complex and causing more financial damage than ever. This is according to the...
Mining

S. African parliamentary committee calls for tough action over miners death

South Africa's select committee on land and mineral resources on Monday called for "harsher consequences" on the Sibanye-Stillwater if they are found to have...
South African police

South African police arrest two more people for stadium violence

The South African police on Monday confirmed that two more people had been arrested for stadium violence which took place at Durban's Moses Mabhida...
SA stocks

Banks push up S. African stocks

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed firmer on Monday as banking and property stocks were buoyed by risk-on sentiment, despite a weaker local currency. The...
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Mandela’s letters to be published in a book

The Nelson Mandela Foundation and the South African National Archives will on July 18 launch Nelson Mandela's letters and correspondence which he received while...

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