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Africa still has highest remittance fees: World Bank

Market News Monday, April 23, 2018 10:16 By AFP It is estimated that officially recorded remittances to low- and middle-income countries reached $466 billion (about Sh46.6 trillion) in 2017. FILE

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World stocks stumble as US Treasury yields near 3%

World stocks slipped on Monday as investors braced for a blizzard of earnings from the world’s largest firms, while keeping a wary eye on U.S. bond yields as they approach peaks that have

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World stocks stumble as US Treasury yields near 3%

World stocks slipped on Monday as investors braced for a blizzard of earnings from the world’s largest firms, while keeping a wary eye on U.S. bond yields as they approach peaks that have

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World's oldest person from the 19th century is dead

Back to Article Nabi Tajima, an 117-year-old Japanese woman and world’s oldest person is dead. Tajima passed on in a hospital on Saturday evening April 21, 2017, in the town of Kikai in

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Super Netball draws world's best, but questions raised over import policy after Diamonds' loss

Related Story: Agony on final day as Diamonds and women’s rugby sevens team suffer dramatic losses It appears there is no better time to launch the second instalment of Super Netball.

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KZN Health Department breaks world record for Pap smears

Despite the ongoing oncology crisis in the province, KwaZulu-Natal’s Health Department managed to break a world record for the number of Pap smears done in a day – 2 000 to be

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Rotana scoops 16 accolades at World Travel Awards

Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the region, has reaffirmed its position at the forefront of the hospitality sector by taking home a total of 16 awards at the World Travel

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World's oldest person dies in Japan aged 117

Nabi Tajima, the last known survivor of the 19th century, died in hospital in the town of Kikai, southern Japan, on Saturday. 10:09, UK, Monday 23 April 2018 Image: Nabi Tajima, pictured in 2017,

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WORLD BANK: Workers should ditch minimum wage to compete with robot labour

A workers’ rights protest march in London. October 2014. Getty Images LONDON — The World Bank has suggested that employers should be able to opt-out of paying minimum wage, and has

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Discover the world of wine science at Eastern Institute of Technology

The Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) in New Zealand has refined the structure of its viticulture and oenology courses, catering to the tastes of ambitious global learners. Taught at the

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