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South African nanosatellites will track shipping, fires

South African nanosatellites will track shipping, fires

FireSat will take photos of fires from space, giving government early warnings about possible damage to an area.

South African government issues $5bn in bonds

South African government issues $5bn in bonds

Investor demand for the bonds came from Europe, North America, Asia, South America, Middle East, and Africa.

BRICS Bank approves $1.4 billion in new loans

BRICS Bank approves $1.4 billion in new loans

The NDB plans to almost double its loans to $16 billion this year and increase its impact.

WEF’s central message on Africa is ‘Implementation’

WEF’s central message on Africa is ‘Implementation’

To this end, notable outcomes such as action plans tackling the crisis of gender-based violence were created.

Treasury strategy document to steer South Africa growth

Treasury strategy document to steer South Africa growth

Agricultural industry welcomed the plan in principle as it addresses several policy and structural issues.

Turkey edges closer to Russia

Turkey edges closer to Russia

Putin and Erdogan discuss sales of advanced Russian fighter jets to Turkey, pulling it even more from NATO.

Iran’s Zarif willing to work with Europe to save JCPOA

Iran’s Zarif willing to work with Europe to save JCPOA

Zarif says Iran is willing to re-comply with its obligations even if the US won’t return to the JCPOA.

Japan Credit Rating Agency rates BRICS Bank AAA

Japan Credit Rating Agency rates BRICS Bank AAA

The BRICS' New Development Bank mobilizes resources for infrastructure and sustainable development projects.

Ford to expand, upgrade R&D in China operations

Ford to expand, upgrade R&D in China operations

Ford's plans are to fully support the automotive company's China operations with a rollout of new cars.

Botswana: Minergy set to unlock vast coal resources

Botswana: Minergy set to unlock vast coal resources

Botswana has more than 210 billion tons of coal or more than three times those of South Africa.