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The dangers of instant EFT services – South African banks explain

Sending money to others over EFT is a common action, but these transactions can take some time if you do not pay an additional fee for express payment. To circumvent express fees and improve the trans... read more

57 Terrible Consequences of the Sequester

Those cuts are slated to begin March 1, and earlier this month, the Senate Appropriations Committee asked agency heads to explain what would happen in ... ill and homeless Americans who would lose ser... read more

What South Africa’s Reserve Bank can – and can’t – do about illicit financial flows

In South Africa the country’s Reserve Bank is at the forefront of managing the problem. Mills Soko asked South African Reserve Bank deputy governor and registrar of banks, Kuben Naidoo, to explain ... ... read more

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Sack the general, did you say?

14 crore — to coincide with the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa ... is always the danger that a letter will be leaked,” she said. The noise grew into a cacophony as many voices pi... read more


The FBI Hand Behind Russia-gate

Special Report: In the Watergate era, liberals warned about U.S. intelligence agencies manipulating U.S. politics, but now Trump-hatred has blinded many of them to this danger becoming real ... says h... read more

Celebrating Flipkart hides disturbing truths about our internet economy

Let’s explain both. In a superb 2017 analysis (‘ Should India ... Note, in this context, what Bob van Dijk, chief of Naspers, a South African company that invests in e-commerce around the world, told ... read more

The state of ICT in South Africa

Telecommunications investment amounted to about R23 billion, with mobile communication services contributing R16 billion. South Africa has about 86 million mobile cellular subscriptions, comprised of ... read more

Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

Thorium would be easier to obtain than uranium. While uranium mines are enclosed underground and thus very dangerous for the miners, thorium is taken from open pits, and is estimated to be roughly thr... read more

Algeria hostage crisis may be future of terrorism

EDITOR’S NOTE: Raffaello Pantucci is a Senior Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI ... companies and foreign nationals in regions like North Africa need to be alert to the danger of suc... read more

What if Muslims blamed moderate Christians for terrorist attacks?

Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) January 10, 2015 Big jihadist danger looming everywhere from Philippines ... slaughters Muslim civilians in the Central African Republic. Should Christians have to expl... read more

Back to the future – the war on drugs we never had to have

Al McCoy has just published his Politics of Heroin in South East Asia, which traces the commodity trade in drugs and points to the Australian involvement with the CIA role in South East Asia via the G... read more

The Legacy and Fallacies of Bernard Lewis

Lewis’ career can be roughly divided into two phases: the British phase, when he was a professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London ... For Lewis, Islam is the only tool which can ... read more



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