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South Africa's contradictions hurt foreign policy

Blame it on the boogie: Zuma doesn’t let diplomatic headaches spoil the party. Photo©Herman Verwey/Foto24/Gallo Images/GettyZuma's flip-flop on the arrest of Sudan's President Bashir cast a cloud over an AU summit that was supposed to help resolve recent diplomatic conflicts.

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Egypt pays debt to Paris Club

Egypt paid back $670 million of debt to the Paris Club of creditor countries this month, the central bank governor said on Tuesday, further reducing debts exacerbated by years of political turmoil.

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Telecoms: Egypt's landline operator to get 4G mobile licence

Photo©ReutersTelecom Egypt, the country's landline monopoly, is expected to acquire a 4G mobile licence next year, Egypt's telecoms minister said on Wednesday.

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The Age of Sustainable Development

In September 2015, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will expire and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will set in.

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Manufacturing: After brush with bankruptcy, Peugeot plans Morocco plant to cut costs

File photo©ReutersFollowing a brush with bankruptcy PSA Peugeot Citroen unveiled plans on Friday to build a 557-million-euro ($630 million) Moroccan factory, as the French carmaker seeks to reduce both production costs and its reliance on Europe.

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Smart thinking in a crisis

Governments should use lower prices to cut fuel subsidies in favour of a targeted approach.

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