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    Analysis: BRICS can defeat Trump’s protectionism

    Analysis: BRICS can defeat Trump’s protectionism

    BRICS must quickly tear down barriers which could impede free trade within the bloc.

    Analysis: Political theater as Putin meets Trump

    Analysis: Political theater as Putin meets Trump

    An upbeat Trump said that he and Putin had a lot to discuss, but others may not be as optimistic.

    The best World Cup in decades

    The best World Cup in decades

    Every thing we know about international football has been turned upside down.

    The threads of Palestinian identity

    The threads of Palestinian identity

    The women were academics, activists, lawyers and actors, but all with one thing in common: a memory of Palestine.

    Economists are playing catch-up with economic reality

    Economists are playing catch-up with economic reality

    Growth in many countries, including BRICS, is outmatching expert forecasts.

    Children’s progress in South Africa stalled – report

    Children’s progress in South Africa stalled – report

    Despite some progress, children face persistent sexual harassment and violence in South Africa.

    Emerging markets to be hot commodity in 2018?

    Emerging markets to be hot commodity in 2018?

    China and India lead the pack, but the replacement of Yellen as Fed chair will give EMs a significant boost.

    Analysis: China between a rock and a hard place over N Korea

    Analysis: China between a rock and a hard place over N Korea

    Beijing insists that only through dialogue and negotiation could “the flame of war be put out”.

    Larger maize harvest will boost South Africa’s economic growth – Agbiz

    Larger maize harvest will boost South Africa’s economic growth – Agbiz

    Agbiz expects the rate of food inflation to decrease significantly, especially from the third quarter onward.

    South Africa’s State of the Nation Address fell into ‘shameful theatrics’

    South Africa’s State of the Nation Address fell into ‘shameful theatrics’

    Some fear that South Africa is becoming increasingly divided.

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