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China will abide by the outcome of an ongoing World Trade Organisation WTO investigation into its policies for the rare earths sector, but will...
The Greenland ice sheet melted at a faster rate this month than at any other time in recorded history, with virtually the entire ice sheet showing...
Slovenia threatened to block Croatia's path to EU accession, citing a long-standing unresolved dispute over money owed by a Slovenian bank to...
The European Commission's proposal to fix the beleaguered Emissions Trading System ETS today 25 July will include a proposal for the...
Real ambition under the newly-agreed energy efficiency directive now depends on how member states are going to implement it, energy expert Adrian...
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Spain paid the second highest yield on short-term debt since the birth of the euro at an auction yesterday 24 July, prompting market watchers to...
Experts warn about double-counting in annual energy savings as EU member states prepare their plans for the implementation of the newly agreed...
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There are three main types of temporary work permits one can apply for in South Africa.
Here's a listing of the numbers you may need in case of emergency.
Only 40 percent of South Africa’s spending on health care goes to the public sector and the government has encouraged more people to take out private medical cover in order to ease the burden on the public system.
From how to set up an account before you arrive to the where, how, and when of banking once you're there, we take you through the details of banking as an expat in South Africa.