Mastercard increases contactless payments effort in Africa and Middle East
Mastercard will be championing efforts to increase contactless payment limits across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region as people look for safer ways.
Read more
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.
Read more
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.
Read more
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.
Read more

Immelman named International team captain for 2021 Presidents Cup
Former Masters champion Trevor Immelman has been named captain of the International team for the 2021 Presidents Cup.
Read more
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.
Read more
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.
Read more
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.
Read more

Government welcomes arrest of Cape man on fake news charges
The South African government has welcomed the arrest of estate agent Stephen Birch, who appeared in the Cape Town Magistrates Court for allegedly spreading fake news on Tuesday.
Read more
Certain Western Cape municipalities grant ‘payment holidays’ amid lockdown
Increased security, payment holidays and shelter for the homeless are some of the measures municipalities in the Western Cape have taken.
Read more
Men must stand up and condemn raping and killing of women and children, says Nkoana-Mashabane
Enough is enough, so says Maite Nkoana-Mashabe, the Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities. The minister has called on men in South Africa to stand up and condemn the killing and raping of women and children.
Read more
New homes await 200 families in Cape Town 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.
Read more



First name:
Authorisation Key
(Please enter numbers from image below)