Saudi Arabia’s oil minister says OPEC may need to consider continuation of cuts

Saudi Arabia‘s oil late November to cut its production by 1.2 million barrels a day for six months, the first reduction agreed to by the cartel since 2008. Crude oil sold for over 100 US dollars a barrel in the … Continue reading →

Azar Jamime reacts to Malikane’s recent opinion

At the same time, the Ministry of Finance has distanced itself from a recent opinion piece written by its advisor Professor Chris Malikane. Malikane called for the nationalisation of banks and mines as policy. Dr Azar Jammine is the chief … Continue reading →

“I’m lying to my people & they’re reacting well” says Beli – BBC News

Despite announcing his candidacy just a few weeks ago, a Serbian student has come second in opinion polls just days ahead of the presidential election on 2 April. The candidate, Ljubisa Preletacevic (or Beli, which is Serbian for white), is … Continue reading →

Daily Mail’s ‘Legs-It’ Brexit Controversy – BBC News

The Daily Mail front minister‘s and first minister‘s legs during talks on Brexit and on a second Scottish referendum. We spoke to Harriet Hall, who is the Digital Features Editor with Stylist Magazine and Angela Epstein, who writes comment and … Continue reading →

‘Anything Ukraine sees negative, points at Moscow’ – Analyst on fmr Russian lawmaker murder in Kiev

Former Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov, who had emigrated to Ukraine, has been killed in a shootout in the centre of Kiev. It’s reported that his murderer has also died, from injuries caused by Voronenkov’s security guard. Ukrainian LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe … Continue reading →

Let’s reflect on what #HumanRightsDay means

Morne Esben says that we should start being more mindful in our everyday interactions of how we deal with people, what we say to them and how our actions make them feel.

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