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South African rand weakens in early trade; stocks slide

South Africa's rand weakened in early trade on Monday, as the safe-haven U.S. dollar continued to soar against a basket of major peers.
By Reuters Sep. 26, 2022
South-East Asian Nations Show Red Card to China Through Economic Means
South-East Asian Nations Show Red Card to China Through Economic Means
In short, the South-East Asian nations have shown a red card to China and its debt-trap tactics with full might.
By ANI News Sep. 25, 2022
Pfizer's chief executive tests positive for COVID-19 for second time in two months
Paxlovid is an antiviral medication used to treat high-risk people, such as older patients.
By Sky News Sep. 25, 2022
Church of England bars Desmond Tutu's daughter from leading funeral
Ms Tutu van Furth told BBC News it "seemed really churlish and hurtful".
By BBC News Sep. 23, 2022
Russia starts annexation vote in occupied areas of Ukraine
Putin on Wednesday said Russia would "use all the means at our disposal" to protect itself, an apparent reference to nuclear weapons. "This is not a bluff," he said.
By Reuters Sep. 23, 2022
Ukraine war: Zelensky calls for 'just punishment' for Russia
President Volodymyr Zelensky set out a "formula", including more military support and to punish Russia on the world stage.
By BBC News Sep. 22, 2022
North Korea denies supplying weapons to Russia
North Korea says it has never sold weapons to Russia and has no plans to do so, following US reports that Moscow was turning to Pyongyang to replenish stockpiles.
By BBC News Sep. 22, 2022
Nigeria clears 18 candidates for presidency
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) noted that 18 parties had fielded presidential candidates and their running mates.
By BBC News Sep. 21, 2022
AU chairman urges lifting of Zimbabwe sanctions
The Senegalese leader said the measures against Zimbabwe were aggravating the suffering of the people.
By BBC News Sep. 21, 2022
Tibetan Tryst with democracy- showcasing the stark difference in China occupied Tibet
This year Tibetans marked and observed the 62nd anniversary of the Tibetan Democracy Day. It is a landmark occasion but the years also signifies how Tibetans have been occupied under China.
By Tibet Press Sep. 21, 2022
Hawthorn Football Club hit by 'harrowing' racism, bullying claims
Hawthorn Football Club players were reportedly isolated from family, told to leave their partners and one alleges he was ordered to end a pregnancy.
By BBC News Sep. 21, 2022
Nigeria's leading newspaper invites entries for the 2022 African of the Year award
Nominations are open from September 12 2022, closing October 24 2022
By Daily Trust Sep. 20, 2022
Putin ally says he favours formally incorporating Ukrainian regions into Russia
He made his comments as Putin ponders his next steps in a nearly seven-month-old conflict.
By Reuters Sep. 20, 2022
Coal rush! Energy crisis fires global hunt for polluting fuel
Loss of Russian energy leads to rush for polluting coal
By Reuters Sep. 20, 2022
Priests abducted as church burnt in Cameroon
Their abductors also burnt down a church during the attack in Nchang
By BBC News Sep. 20, 2022
The Queen's death made her son a King, and a rich man - but where exactly does the cash come from?
Negotiated by George Osborne, it guaranteed revenue streams for the monarch, their heir and the wider family
By Sky News Sep. 19, 2022
Russia says ready for U.S. prisoner swap talks but scolds embassy
Griner is serving a 9 year jail sentence for possession and smuggling of cannabis, while Whelan is serving a 16 year term for espionage.
By Reuters Sep. 19, 2022
Leaders and monarchs gather for final farewell to Queen Elizabeth
Such was her longevity and her inextricable link with Britain that even her own family found her passing a shock.
By Reuters Sep. 19, 2022
Man detained by police after he 'ran up to Queen's coffin' in Westminster Hall
"He was arrested for an offence under the Public Order Act and is currently in custody."
By Sky News Sep. 17, 2022
Kenya fuel prices hit record high as subsidy removed
Kerosene, which is mainly used by low-income households for cooking and lighting, will cost about 148 shillings.
By BBC News Sep. 15, 2022
Swedish PM resigns as right-wing parties win vote
Ms Andersson accepted defeat at a news conference on Wednesday. She formally offered her resignation on Thursday.
By BBC News Sep. 15, 2022
China-backed controversial mega project in Myanmar rapidly becoming human trafficking hub
Most victims of human trafficking in the region come from Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia and Laos.
By ANI News Sep. 15, 2022
Kenya's women leaders look to new president to keep his promises
The number of female governors more than doubled while the number of female parliamentarians jumped by nearly a third.
By Reuters Sep. 14, 2022
Google loses challenge against EU antitrust decision, other probes loom
It is a record fine for an antitrust violation.
By Reuters Sep. 14, 2022
William Ruto: How Kenya's new president is influenced by religion
The 55-year-old is not shy of publicly professing his faith and has been vocal on issues like gay rights and abortion, which are likely to come up during his tenure.
By BBC News Sep. 13, 2022
Kenya election was an exemplary performance: Ruto
" I will work for all Kenyans irrespective of who they voted for," Mr Ruto said.
By BBC News Sep. 13, 2022
Several injured in crush at Kenyan presidential inauguration
The National Police Service said in a tweet that the stadium was full and asked that no one else try to come.
By Reuters Sep. 13, 2022
Charles III to be proclaimed king at historic ceremony
A wave of further proclamations will take place across the UK until Sunday, when flags will return to half-mast.
By BBC News Sep. 10, 2022