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South Africa beat Black Caps by 62 runs in ODI series decider in Durban - Stuff.co.nz
South Africa were too clinical and too classy for a young New Zealand side, winning the series 2-1 and ending the Black Caps' promising African development tour on a flat note. It means the teams will swap ODI world rankings, with the Proteas moving up ...
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Africa's democratic road to economic unity - Yahoo News
This week, the United Nations began training officials from 19 African countries on how to negotiate a trade deal. Their bargaining skills are crucial right now to complete an ambitious project launched in June by the African Union: the creation of a ...
South African black doll breaks the Barbie mould in style - The Guardian
A sewing machine with Momppy Mpoppy dolls in Johannesburg. Momppy Mpoppy, designed by South African start-up Childish Trading and Manufacturing, is a step ahead of other black dolls across Africa who are often dressed in traditional ethnic clothes.
South Africa's central bank chief rules out defence of rand - Financial Times
South Africa's central bank governor has given warning about emerging market turbulence if volatility over the Chinese economy continues, but has ruled out any intervention to prop up a weak rand. The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) surprised ...
South Africa's Economy Contracts Unexpectedly in Second Quarter - Wall Street Journal
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Africa's most developed economy contracted an annualized 1.3% in the second quarter, data released on Tuesday showed, far worse than the 0.6% expansion economists had expected. South Africa's economy grew 1.3% in the first quarter. It was the worst ...