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South African trade unions strike over rising unemployment | Money Talks

As South Africa's finance minister, Tito Mboweni was delivering the national budget, hundreds of thousands of workers went on strike across the country. They're calling for higher wages, particularly in the health sector, and better safety nets for people who've lost their jobs during the pandemic. Unemployment in South Africa reached record levels at the end of last year, and unions say the government hasn't done nearly enough for those who are most affected by the crisis. Our correspondent Nn-tse-peng Motema was at a protest in Johannesburg, and sent us this report. #SouthAfrica #Jobs #LabourUnions

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Tech policies drive South Korean insurers to innovate | Money Talks

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Are Denmark's new 'dowry' concerns an excuse to crack down on Muslims?

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Artificial intelligence gives high-tech pets a leg up | Money

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French opt for plastic-free groceries to cut back on waste | Money Talks

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UK couriers strike over low pay and poor working conditions | Money Talks

UK couriers strike over low pay and poor working conditions | Money Talks

EU regulator: AstraZeneca vaccine may cause rare blood clots | Money Talks

EU regulator: AstraZeneca vaccine may cause rare blood clots | Money Talks

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Record number of billionaires join Forbes list in 2020 | Money Talks

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Colombian firm makes sunglasses from plastic bottle tops | Money Talks

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Greenland's elections to decide fate of rare earth mining | Money Talks

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