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September 20, 2017 5:36 AM New Pixel 2 XL could start at $850

And look like a tuxedo, according to a new rumor. Come Oct. 4, Google's Pixel 2 XL phone could debut with a starting price of $850 and come in a black and white color combo, according to a new rumor from Droid Life. The phone is rumored to come in all-black as well. A $850 price tag -- which converts to £630 or AU$1,060 -- would pay for a version with 64GB of storage 55

September 19, 2017 10:58 PM Hey Google: Your devices are showing

Google is holding an event on October 4. Leaks just revealed practically everything the company's likely to show off. The Google Pixel 2 in "Kinda Blue," and the Pixel 2 XL in white and black -- according to a new leak. On October 4, we were pretty sure Google would reveal a phone -- or two. But now, we're wondering if the company will have any surprises 117

September 19, 2017 4:49 AM Africa: Egypt Knocks SA From Top Investment Spot in Africa

Egypt has knocked South Africa from its long-standing top spot regarding investments in Africa, according to Rand Merchant Bank's latest Where to Invest in Africa report for 2018, released on Monday. This is the first time SA has not been in top spot since the report was initiated seven years ago. Nigeria, on the other hand, has for the first time not featured 132

September 19, 2017 4:10 AM South Africa falls from top position and Nigeria drops out of Top 10

is that the African continent could find itself hovering on the brink of disaster if it continues to depend on its current economic fundamentals and does not usher in economic diversification. highlights those countries which have understood the need to adapt to the prolonged slowdown in commodity prices and sluggish levels of production growth – and those 124

September 18, 2017 6:00 PM Egypt knocks SA from top investment spot in Africa

Cape Town - Egypt has knocked South Africa from its long-standing top spot regarding investments in Africa, according to Rand Merchant Bank’s latest Where to Invest in Africa report for 2018, released on Monday. This is the first time SA has not been in top spot since the report was initiated seven years ago. Nigeria, on the other hand, has for the first 152

September 17, 2017 2:32 PM Diamond miners encouraged by new sources of high-end stones

Drought of large diamonds ends in Lesotho, as Canadian firms ponders developing fancy yellow mines, and Namibia’s offshore searches now paying off For years Letseng was the only mine in the tiny southern African kingdom of Lesotho, where yield is low but stones are large and of incredible quality. Due to the tough terrain – the whole country is above 183

September 15, 2017 3:02 AM Jolie effect helps Namibian tourism defy economic slump

Walvis Bay (Namibia) (AFP) - Charmed is the tourist who visits Namibia. And like more and more foreigners, Anouk Den Otter took the plunge and travelled to the southern African country to marvel at its legendary natural beauty. In the middle of the southern hemisphere's winter, Den Otter and her new husband defied the cold to canoe through a seal reserve 259

September 8, 2017 6:02 AM FirstRand will continue to exercise discipline in allocating capital

said on Thursday it would not pursue growth at the expense of returns as the group reported increased annual earnings of 7% to R24.4 billion that were below market expectations, hamstrung by credit impairments that grew 13% in the period. Johan Burger, the chief executive of FirstRand, said that the group would continue to exercise discipline in allocating 161

September 4, 2017 3:03 PM SA may be heading out of recession: survey

JOHANNESBURG – A new poll suggests the economy may be heading out of its technical recession. As Statistics South Africa prepares to release GDP data for the second quarter, a Reuters survey of 20 economists predicts a likely expansion of 2,3 percent between April and June. New data suggests stronger retail sales may have helped turned things around 146

September 4, 2017 2:42 PM Mozambique’s Museum of Fisheries looks inward

On The Line Mozambique’s Museum of Fisheries looks inward He is talking about the Museum of Fisheries, the newest and lovely addition to Maputo’s unique urban fabric, at the entrance of the fishing harbour in the Baixa or Old City. The street side is almost austere: whitewashed ground floor and a surprising cantilevered first storey, all glass and beams 95