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Zuma to meet student leaders after protests against fee hikes

Zuma to meet student leaders after protests against fee hikes

On Wednesday, university students burned tyres outside parliament in Cape Town and shouted at police on stand-by.

SA to contribute $2bn to BRICS Bank initial capital by Feb.

SA to contribute $2bn to BRICS Bank initial capital by Feb.

The BRICS New Development Bank will name its first investment in April next year.

Libya factions reject UN deal, envoy vows to continue efforts

Libya factions reject UN deal, envoy vows to continue efforts

The political and security vacuum has given rise to groups associated with the Islamic State.

Russia ready to contribute to Syrian political settlement: Putin to Assad

Russia ready to contribute to Syrian political settlement: Putin to Assad

The US has said Assad must step down as part of a political settlement to the war.

Complexity of anti-terror approaches and media rhetoric

Complexity of anti-terror approaches and media rhetoric

In not distinguishing between different terrorist groups, Moscow’s actions fueled concerns in the West and speculative pieces in the media, writes Khlebnikov.

Russia, US sign deal to avoid air conflict in Syria: Pentagon

Russia, US sign deal to avoid air conflict in Syria: Pentagon

The MOU does not establish zones of cooperation, intelligence sharing or any sharing of target information in Syria, Peter Cook said.

BRICS industry ministers meet in Moscow

BRICS industry ministers meet in Moscow

The EAEU already has an integrated single market of more than 171 million people.

Brazil Desperately Needs a New Growth Model

Brazil Desperately Needs a New Growth Model

Brazil needs to recognize that policies dictated by "more of the same" are losing effectiveness, writes Prof. Arbache.

Coal India reasserts plans to buy mine assets in South Africa

Coal India reasserts plans to buy mine assets in South Africa

The South African coal industry directly employs almost 90,000 people, including contractors.

Violence soars in Central African Republic

Violence soars in Central African Republic

General elections slated for October 18 were postponed by the interim president.