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Date shift impacts on Africa’s Travel Indaba

Date shift impacts on Africa’s Travel Indaba

This year, the number of exhibitors from 19 other African countries rose to 257 from 229.

South Africa appoints Fourth Industrial Revolution commission

South Africa appoints Fourth Industrial Revolution commission

Ramaphosa will chair the commission, and operational support will be provided by a secretariat of officials.

Analysis: China to roll out Belt and Road 2.0

Analysis: China to roll out Belt and Road 2.0

Xi must convince Europe and others that his flagship economic vision will be fair, inclusive, transparent.

Will Brazil implement pension reforms?

Will Brazil implement pension reforms?

Economists say this has to happen to boost the Brazilian economy, but the social resistance remains strong.

India, Russia discuss ties, military procurement

India, Russia discuss ties, military procurement

Despite US threat of sanctions, India says it will go ahead and purchase advanced Russian defense systems.

Moscow: Russian troops in Venezuela for as long as needed

Moscow: Russian troops in Venezuela for as long as needed

US President Donald Trump has told the Russians to "get out" of Venezuela.

Italy joins China’s Silk Road Initiative

Italy joins China’s Silk Road Initiative

A Washington Post article on March 23 accused Italy of "defying the wishes of the Trump administration".

New Zealand mosque massacre fueled by social media hate speech

New Zealand mosque massacre fueled by social media hate speech

The attack which killed at least 49 Muslims could not have happened without support and planning on social media.

Analysis: China’s Silk Road Eyes G7 Nations

Analysis: China’s Silk Road Eyes G7 Nations

Italy could sign an MoU on joining the One Road, One Belt initiative when Xi Jinping visits Rome March 20.

China-Russia ties to enter ‘new stage’

China-Russia ties to enter ‘new stage’

Trade between BRICS allies China and Russia has continued to surge since 2016.