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December 2013 recorded the highest ever number of tourists in South Africa in one month, with 937 792 people entering the country.
The Gauteng transport MEC, Ismail Vadi, says there's little doubt that commuter rail will be the backbone of public transport in future.
Nigeria is mounting the largest security operation ever for an international summit during the World Economic Forum on Africa, following the rush hour bomb blast.
An island in the Venice lagoon, a former monastery on the southern coast are among prime properties Italy has put on an online auction
China's bank lending surged in March from the previous month, the central bank says, but analysts dismissed the possibility of monetary easing.
The weak exchange rate and a strong overseas leisure demand have helped SA's tourism business, according to an index.
The government of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has put new faces onto the boards of the country's biggest state-controlled companies.
One good deal only highlights the harm of damaging policies, says Malcom Sharara.
Xi Jinping’s reforms could unlock huge opportunities for tech firms like Weibo.
The European Union threatened Russia with more sanctions over its actions in eastern Ukraine, which Britain says is being destabilised by Moscow.
Energy Minister Ben Martins says South Africa will start looking around to buy additional power as the country strives to prevent blackouts.
Taxis have no reason to boycott e-tolls because public transport vehicles were exempt from these fees, says the SA National Taxi Council.
The World Trade Organisation has slightly raised its 2014 forecast for growth in global goods trade to 4.7%, still gloomier than its predictions a year ago.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says he sees no signs at all of a deflation spiral in Europe.
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance applauds the SA National Taxi Council for its call to boycott the e-toll system.
As India's election campaign picks up, it seems to be helping the demand for sugar, according to a retailer.
Transformation in the workplace is slow 20 years into democracy, the Black Management Forum says.
Thailand's economy, known for its dynamism, is ailing, heading towards a recession and held hostage by another crippling bout of turmoil in a power struggle.
Britain's recovery from its deepest recession in decades looks set to pass a milestone after a six-year run of declining living standards.
Bangladesh garment factory owners say they are soaking up much of the cost of nearly doubling wages as some global retailers balk at price hikes.