China remains the darling of top economists
China's reform drive is winning plaudits from economists who are increasingly confident that excesses can be tackled without derailing growth.
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Greenbay eyes opportunities in Europe
Greenbay Properties is evaluating direct infrastructure opportunities in Europe.
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SA director to head Australian mine
Pallinghurst Resources announced that its executive director, Priyank Thapliyal, was taking up the role of chief executive of Jupiter Mines.
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Siemens to trim its work force
Industrial conglomerate Siemens has announced plans to cut about 6900 jobs worldwide at its power, gas and drives divisions, half of them in Germany.
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Chelsea have to win every game to catch City, says Conte
Centre-back Gary Cahill is available after overcoming a back problem, and Danny Drinkwater has been passed fit following a calf complaint.
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Zidane: There is no problem between Ronaldo and Ramos
“They have done a lot together, won a lot together. If now and again one person thinks one way and someone else another, there is no problem.”
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Arsenal v Tottenham: Facts and figures
It is the London Derby on Saturday at the Emirates as Arsenal face Spurs.
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French captain Guirado promises revenge against Boks
“We also must prevent the South Africans from playing to their strengths.”
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Gay Times editor fired for anti-gay social media posts
Josh Rivers had been suspended when the tweets, including derogatory comments about Jews, women, lesbians and transgender people, emerged.
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#Zimbabwe: War vets, opposition to hold massive #FreshStart march in Harare
Zimbabwe's war vets, political parties and civil society bodies will march to State House to "thank the military" for seizing control of the country.
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ANC elective conference to focus on economic development: Dlamini Zuma
ANC presidential candidate Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said the ruling party would brainstorm ideas to develop the economy in order to better lives.
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Mugabe hangs on as his own party moves to depose him
"If he becomes stubborn, we will arrange for him to be fired on Sunday," a Zanu PF source said. "When that is done, it's impeachment on Tuesday."
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