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Poland has resumed natural gas deliveries to Ukraine after receiving a pledge that Russia's Gazprom would deliver requested supplies to PGNiG.
Any further Western sanctions which may aim at technology for Russia's modernising oil refineries could lead to gasoline shortages, a government official says.
Eurozone industrial output has jumped twice as much as expected, breaking a two month trend of contraction.
Eurozone finance ministers have cast around for ways to revive the bloc's economy as their post-crisis strategy of budget rigour is left in tatters by France.
Zimbabwe's economy is set to notch up a paltry 1.7% growth this year as mining slows down, while new tax measures will drive up the cost of living.
Environmental NGO Earthlife Africa has criticised Sasol’s recent profit report calling it ‘profits from pollution’.
Supporters of keeping Scotland in the United Kingdom have clawed back a lead over separatists, a poll shows.
The International Monetary Fund has restarted talks on reviewing an aid programme for Mali and resuming aid payments to the West African country.
War in one of the most densely populated parts of the world have left swathes of Gaza in ruins, with the economy reeling under an Israeli-Egyptian blockade.
Argentina's Congress has passed a new bill designed to enable the government to resume debt payments to bondholders in defiance of a US court ruling.
The European Union has put a new round of sanctions into effect against Russia, including restrictions on financing for some Russian state-owned companies.
Verbal vitriol against Thuli Madonsela and Vavi has no place in a parliamentary democracy, says Terry Bell.
Dubai has put on sale 'halaal' non-alcoholic sparkling white wine with flecks of a 24-carat edible gold leaf gleaming at the bottom for $150 a bottle.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu has reiterated his commitment to working with big business to unlock the potential of the province.
The big rise in SA's national debt relative to GDP in the past five years is a strategic move aimed at spurring economic recovery, says President Jacob Zuma.
Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa offered to call off the August 2012 strike in exchange for a seat on the negotiation table, the Farlam Commission has heard.
Brussels says it has invited Russia and Ukraine to hold new EU-brokered talks in Berlin in a bid to end their dispute over gas deliveries.
The International Monetary Fund says a vote by citizens of Scotland for independence could raise many questions and upset markets in the short term.
Opec member Kuwait says there was no need to call an emergency meeting for the producers' cartel to discuss sliding oil prices after crude hit a 17-month low.
President Vladimir Putin may delay his visit to Japan, because of sanctions Tokyo has imposed on Russia for its role in the Ukraine crisis.