Top strategist says it’s time to pile into world’s worst currencies
Emerging-market currencies offer the best buying opportunity in more than two decades, according to Charlie Robertson.
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Samsung first-quarter beats estimates; chips likely to prop up virus-hit second-quarter
Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday its first-quarter operating profit likely managed to rise slightly from a slump a year earlier.
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Uganda central bank cuts interest rate by one percentage point
Uganda's central bank said it would reduce its key interest rate by one percentage point to 8 percent.
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Ghana urged to consider tax breaks to ease blow from virus
Republic Bank Ghana Ltd. is urging the government to cut tax rates to cushion the economy from the fallout of the coronavirus.
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Spurs fans urge club to emulate Liverpool
Spurs fans urged the club to follow Liverpool's move and reverse its decision to make use of a government scheme to pay furloughed staff.
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Fifa bribe allegations raise more questions over Qatar World Cup
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has become the focus of fresh Fifa corruption allegations.
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WATCH: 'Private island' set to host UFC due to coronavirus pandemic
UFC president Dana White has said the mixed martial arts promotion is close to securing a "private island" to stage bouts.
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Mokwena’s head-coach plans still up in the air
Rhulani Mokwena is not ruling out the possibility of being an assistant coach again, but for now, saving the Chilli Boys from relegation is key
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New homes await 200 families after lockdown ends
At least 200 families are looking forward to the lifting of the 21-day nationwide lockdown so that they can move into their new homes.
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Western Cape sees 'staggering' decline in crime since lockdown
Over the course of the lockdown period, the Western Cape has seen a “staggering” decline in crime and in particular alleged murder admissions or suspected murders.
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Pharmacy launches drive-through testing sites for Covid-19
With just over 57 000 tests conducted since South Africa had its first confirmed case of Covid-19 on March 5, a pharmacy has launched a drive-through testing facility.
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Coronavirus in Africa: Zambia says its citizens won't survive lockdown
The Zambian government has said the country will not go on lockdown in the face of the coronavirus, because people would not survive, according to local media reports.
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