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Global automakers target female drivers

Forget men and fast cars, it's now time for women to push the pedal to the metal. Automakers around the world are starting to...

Fancy a dinner in the sky? welcome to Egypt

In Egypt the dining experience is reaching new culinary heights. Egyptians with an appetite for an adrenaline fueled experience are now dining 50-meters above ground. Straight...

IMF lends Burundi $6.9 Million to bolster Economy

The International Monetary Fund will lend Burundi $ 6.9 M to shore up its budget ahead of the nation's presidential election in June. Tensions are...

Kenyan Tea prices fall

  Prices at the Kenyan tea auction in Mombasa, Kenya's coast have fallen on speculation that the approaching wet season will boost supplies of the...

Soweto to get a $100 million facelift

Soweto, one of Africa's largest township will soon undergo some major changes. The plan is to turn the township into a leading economic hub. While the...

Eskom Chairman Zola Tsotsi resigns, board happy with decision

Eskom Chairman Zola Tsotsi has stepped down after its board accused him of acting improperly by suspending the chief executive. The South African power...

South Africa’s COSATU fires Zwelinzima Vavi

Cosatu’s central executive committee has fired Zwelinzima Vavi as the trade union federation’s general secretary. The decision was taken on Monday night after the Congress...

Global Business 27th March 2015

Full Bulletin for Global Business 27th March 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4NGou9nUXc

Ford Introduces Cars That Can Obey Speed Limit Signs

The car Manufacturer, Ford is introducing what it calls Intelligent Speed Limiter technology on its  newest edition of its S-Max cars. This is obviously for...

Global Business 23rd March 2015

Full Bulletin for Global Business 23rd March 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQEAb_5nHjo
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