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South Africa GDP shrinks 1.5% in Q3 over riots, power cuts | Money Talks

South Africa's GDP contracted 1.5 percent between July and September, compared to the previous quarter as the economy reeled from a deepening energy crisis as well as the July looting and arson attacks following the jailing of former president Jacob Zuma. The outlook for the rest of the year also appears dreary after a number of countries slapped travel restrictions on South Africa over the emergence of the Omicron variant. Hugo Pienaar joined us from Cape Town. He's Chief Economist at Bureau for Economic Research. #SouthAfricaEconomy #CyrilRamaphosa #TravelBans

South Africa begins continent’s first Covid-19 vaccine trial

South Africa begins continent’s first Covid-19 vaccine trial

French doctors suggest testing Covid-19 vaccine in Africa, slammed as racist

French doctors suggest testing Covid-19 vaccine in Africa, slammed as racist

Pfizer: Early data shows vaccine is more than 90% effective

Pfizer: Early data shows vaccine is more than 90% effective

Should the Covid-19 vaccine be made compulsory?

Should the Covid-19 vaccine be made compulsory?

China's central bank cuts key lending rates amid economic woes

China's central bank cuts key lending rates amid economic woes

Biz in 60: UK inflation, Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard, Turkiye’s gaming industry

Biz in 60: UK inflation, Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard, Turkiye’s gaming industry

Asia-Pacific markets fall after overnight sell-off on Wall Street

Asia-Pacific markets fall after overnight sell-off on Wall Street

Biz in 60: UK unemployment, Activision sexual harassment probe, Wayve funding round

Biz in 60: UK unemployment, Activision sexual harassment probe, Wayve funding round

Brent futures in London climb above $87 a barrel, WTI tops $85

Brent futures in London climb above $87 a barrel, WTI tops $85

German economy grows 2.7% in 2021 as COVID-19 takes toll on output | Money Talks

German economy grows 2.7% in 2021 as COVID-19 takes toll on output | Money Talks

Biz in 60: Halkbank US prosecution, Credit Suisse chair resigns, 5G precautions

Biz in 60: Halkbank US prosecution, Credit Suisse chair resigns, 5G precautions

Chinese economy grows at slowest pace in 18 months in Q4

Chinese economy grows at slowest pace in 18 months in Q4

Extreme poverty drives some Afghans to sell their organs | Money Talks

Extreme poverty drives some Afghans to sell their organs | Money Talks

Protests in Lebanon erupt as falling currency pushes fuel prices higher | Money Talks

Protests in Lebanon erupt as falling currency pushes fuel prices higher | Money Talks

US inflation surges to 7% in December, highest since 1982 | Money Talks

US inflation surges to 7% in December, highest since 1982 | Money Talks

Turkiye launched first domestically produced intelligence ship | Money Talks

Turkiye launched first domestically produced intelligence ship | Money Talks

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