When it comes to business success, few have a story quite like Patrice Motsepe, South Africa's first black billionaire. The founder of African Rainbow Minerals sits down with Eleni Giokos for a candid conversation about the value of hard work and taking risks.
JOHANNESBURG — A scathing new report reveals that dozens of HIV-positive women were forced or coerced into sterilization after giving birth at public hospitals in South Africa. The Commission for Gender Equality’s report this week says it investigated complaints by at least 48 women of “cruel, torturous or inhumane and degrading treatment” at the hospitals....
Dozens of HIV-positive South African women have been sterilized without consent or after being pressured to agree just before giving birth, sometimes being told while in pain on their way to the operating theater, a report published on Monday found.
petrochemicals group Sasol reported on Monday a 74%
drop in interim profit, weighed down by problems at its Lake
Charles Chemicals project (LCCP) in the United States and softer
chemical and Brent crude oil prices.
Forces loyal to Libyan eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar said on Sunday they had killed 16 Turkish soldiers in recent weeks, a day after Turkey acknowledged it had lost several "martyrs" in combat in the north African country.
Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's surrogate, on Saturday dismissed the latest controversy involving an unverified story the former vice president told claiming he was arrested in South Africa trying to free Nelson Mandela from prison.
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