Wednesday 29 June 2022

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US women lose the liberty to choose to have an abortion

US women lose the liberty to choose to have an abortion

Ramaphosa will speak at the BRICS meeting about trade, energy, and Ukraine.

On Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa will attend the annual BRICS leaders' summit, which will be hosted digitally by China.

Since the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has earned $97 billion in energy exports

Since the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has earned $97 billion in energy exports

India's wheat exports to the UAE would be halted for four months.

India's wheat exports to the UAE would be halted for four months.

Sars prevails in a case involving "customs fraud on garments imported from China."

Sars prevails in a case involving "customs fraud on garments imported from China."

When Comair fails to raise funds, business rescue experts feel the company is doomed

When Comair fails to raise funds, business rescue experts feel the company is doomed

Phindile Xaba, the former Editor of the Business Unusual Magazine, has died

Phindile Xaba, the former Editor of the Business Unusual Magazine, has died

The founder of Black Women in Science has passed away

At a burial service on Friday, Ndoni Mcunu was honored by her peers

Macron will have a second chance to persuade France that his idea is viable.

Marine Le Pen, a nationalist, is defeated. By Bloomberg News

Angela Merkel’s 16 years of leadership in Europe – a contested legacy

Merkel was a testament to a woman with a big heart and great morals, says Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. But to her critics, she was anything but.

Democratisation of global payments and settlement system

The exclusion of Russia from the global financial system shows why alternatives to SWIFT such as Afreximbank’s proposed PAPSS could be necessary in the future to ensure Africa’s self-reliance to move and receive funds abroad.

South African under threat of becoming the graveyard of foreign second-hand cars

At first glance, it looks like any other ordinary car lot until a heavily armed private security and two gates stop you from viewing the cars behind them.

Amazon still not a global but a regional business

One year since Jeff Bezos resigned as CEO, the company continues with its international expansion, though its regional character remains intact. Most of its revenues are generated from the Americas

Software programmers’ ethical dilemma in the health sector

Computer programmers are facing the ethical question of accessing patients records to develop programs that make decisions about insurance premiums

The future of Project Management

Project management is the fastest growing form of management in the world

Silwanyana’s sleek designs gets everyone’s pulse racing

Busisiwe Silwanyana wants Laud Pulse to be on the top of the list when people are searching for customised, exclusive, and versatile clothes that are suitable to wear at any time and any place.


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