South Africa should priorities its decarbonization strategy, as it has a carbon intensity much higher than most countries, and $1.5-billion of exports to the European Union (EU) are at risk in the short term.
That figure is likely to increase…
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Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi warned Sunday that his country could sever ties with South African diamond giant De Beers if talks to renegotiate a sales agreement prove unfavorable for his country.
The 2011 sales agreement governing…
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Just when Africa’s economy appeared to be recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, a range of internal and external shocks struck such as adverse weather conditions, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine – all of which worsened already rapidly…
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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has scrapped plans to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos because of the energy crisis affecting the country, his spokesman said on Sunday.
South Africa is experiencing record blackouts due…
Manufacturing production increased in South Africa by 2.9% year-on-year in September, after rising by a revised 1.7 per cent in August. with the largest positive contributions made by the motor vehicles, parts and accessories and other transport…
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Thousands of public servants began a one-day strike in South Africa on Thursday over wage demands, professional organizations said.
The work stoppage is being led by one of South Africa's largest public service unions, the Public Servants…
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South Africa’s rand fell on Monday (Oct 24), following other emerging market currencies, as the U.S. dollar held firm amid global economic uncertainty.
At 1538 GMT, the rand ZAR=D3 traded at 18.4275 against the dollar, 1.75% weaker…
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South Africa's inflation rate, which hit a record high of 7.8 percent in July, edged down to 7.6 percent in August from a year earlier. This was fueled by a drop-in fuel prices, the country's statistics agency (StatsSA) said Wednesday.
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