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A roundup of Friday’s must-read financial and economic news.
The South Africa Reserve Bank has fined five foreign exchange dealers for poor anti-money laundering controls aimed at combating criminal activities.
The award of the contract to a Franco-Dutch firm will have an adverse effect on UK industry, peers say.
Former George Soros partner Jim Rogers is leveraging Russia’s agriculture renaissance as his next big investment.
Naspers frustrated that investors give it no credit for its investments other than a stake in Chinese Internet behemoth Tencent Holdings Ltd, is considering listing some businesses on the stock market to highlight their value.
Bixby is a virtual assistant developed by Samsung Electronics. If you’re not a fan of it, Here’s how you can turn it off.
The rand continued to firm in the early hours of Friday afternoon, as SA analysts remained cautiously optimistic that Moody’s would not downgrade SA’s sovereign debt to junk.
Footage shows airline pilots using their phones to post photos and videos online while flying.
EU leaders are to consider how best to enter trade dialogue with US President Donald Trump.
MTN prepaid customers can expect to fork out up to an extra 41 cents per minute, as the mobile network adopts a new prepaid tariff price structure.
Apple reportedly said it will fix a bug that causes its personal assistant, Siri, to read out notifications to anyone.
Investors pushed gold prices to their highest in a month as the US and China exchanged blows on trade, and President Trump installed the hawkish John Bolton as his new national security adviser.
Snapchat’s new Maps Explore will allow you to see what your friends are up to but now you can see breaking news and events from around the world.
South Africa’s retail sales rose slower than expected in January, data showed yesterday, after a sharp rise in the final months of 2017.
Stock markets in Asia see big losses as China says it is “not afraid” of a trade war with the US.
South African multinational telecommunications company, MTN has announced price changes to specific prepaid call rates which have taken effect today.
The Department of Trade and Industry said that government has made a formal submission to the US government requesting the exclusion of SA.
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