Usman Khawaja says he's lost up to seven kilos since Australia's ill-fated tour of South Africa to get into the best fitness of his life ahead of the next stage of his career.
- Investing.com24 hours ago
South Africa's rand gained more than 1 percent early on Tuesday, bouncing back from a two-year low struck a day before, when investors dumped emerging market assets because of ...
- Daily Mail11 hours ago
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) - Scoreboard Tuesday at the end of the only T20 match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at R.Premadasa Stadium: South Africa Innings Quinton ...
I.L.O. PARLEY HEAD QUITS IN BOYCOTT; Nigerian Resigns in Move Against South Africa Decision Is ReaffirmedNew York Times5 days ago
GENEVA, June 15--The African effort to oust South Africa from the International Labor Organization resulted today in the resignation of the Nigerian Minister of Labor as ...
- Emerging Market Views via Yahoo News6 days ago
South Africa was once at the forefront of Africa’s ‘lion economies’. Manufacturing is one of the industries that is most under threat from the first wave of automation.
- Bloomberg18 hours ago
South Africa Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies discusses President Donald Trump's impact on the global economy, trade tariffs, the rand, and Chinese investment in the nation ...
- Snopes22 hours ago
A map showing the "Distribution of Perching Birds" in a science textbook mistook Africa for South America. The Terrible Maps Twitter account reported that this map appeared in the 5th chapter of Glencoe Science’s Biology textbook.
- Investing.com5 days ago
UPDATE 1-South Africa's rand weakens nearly 3 pct as emerging market currencies slip
- ESPN3 days ago
A dominant all-round performance from Sri Lanka took them to a second consolation win in the series against a South African side whose depth proved shallower than comfortable.
- New York Times5 days ago
Please allow me to take strong issue with the full-page advertisement sponsored by the Information Service of South Africa, published on March 31.View Full Article in Timesmachine »