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An increase in interest rates in the US could put pressure on emerging-market economies that are reliant on foreign direct investment to drive economic growth

Ayanda Dlodlo ignores government’s austerity pledge while media groups thrust and parry amid accusations of cheating, lack of time and the ever-topical fake news

Cosatu, slamming Sassa over the chance that 17-million social grants won’t be paid in April, is calling for the public to join the picket outside Parliament

Reliance Jio may not be done with planning surprises for the telecom industry as reports suggest that it might soon launch a low-cost 4G voice over LTE (VoLTE) feature phone along with its free calls service at a price of under Rs 1,500.

Mukesh Ambani-promoted Reliance Jio took the market by storm as it launched its free calls and free 4GB data offer in September. The offer was extended by another three months recently till march allowing free calls and data.

Industry experts and analysts claim that if Jio launches such low-priced handsets, then many customers will buy them giving filip to Jio to expand its customer base divide between other operators in the country. The company is expected to launch two phones mostly at price points of Rs 999 and Rs 1,500. This can only be reminiscent of the phones that was launched by Reliance when it launched its first telecom service in 2001.

Is Wi-FI starting to fade from the limelight? With new competitive technologies crowding in, the future looks even dimmer.

The head of Tesla's battery division says the company could solve SA's power woes within 100 days, and do the same for Victoria.

Billionaire Atlassian founder Mike Cannon-Brookes says politicians should stop pretending jobs won't be lost under disruption.