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Mantashe urges mining companies to prioritise safety

Mantashe urges mining companies to prioritise safety

Operations at Palabora Mine in Limpopo remain suspended following the loss of six miners’ lives. The miners passed away after a fire broke out while they

IFP calls for national day of action against fuel price hikes

IFP calls for national day of action against fuel price hikes

The IFP is reiterating its call for the suspension of fuel levies. The party is planning a national day of action to protest the high cost

China economic growth slows to 6.7% in second quarter

China economic growth slows to 6.7% in second quarter

Chinese growth slowed slightly in the second quarter as the world’s number two economy faced a snowballing trade fight with the United States. The economy

As trade war rages, Trump flags fly out of China factory

As trade war rages, Trump flags fly out of China factory

As the China-US trade war rages, a factory set amid corn and mulberry fields in central China stitches together US and “Trump 2020″ flags —

UAE encourages SA to explore investment opportunities

UAE encourages SA to explore investment opportunities

United Arab Emirates Economy and Planning Minister Adel Fakeih has urged the South African delegation to take advantage of the host country’s infrastructure. Fakeih was

Ramaphosa’s United Arab Emirates visit rakes in billions

Ramaphosa’s United Arab Emirates visit rakes in billions

  President Cyril Ramaphosa is in the United Arab Emirates as part of his bid to attract R100-billion investment over the next five years. On

Mabuza unveils world’s largest telescope in Northern Cape

Mabuza unveils world’s largest telescope in Northern Cape

Deputy President Mabuza has officially unveiled the world’s largest radio telescope in the Northern Cape. The R4.4-billion telescope represents a significant milestone in radio astronomy. Once

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