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Sasol: 100% synthetic jet fuel

Synthetic fuels producer Sasol has won a world-first approval from international aviation fuel authorities to go ahead with production of its 100% synthetic jet fuel.

India offers Africa trade privilages

India is to offer trade privilages to African states, including a duty-free tariff scheme to 34 least developed countries, as the world's fourth largest economy seeks to increase trade between itself and the continent from the current levels of some US$30-billion per year.

Rollsing from Cape to Cairo

Driving from Cape Town to Cairo is hardly considered radical these days, but if you’re in your seventies and attempting to do so in an ultra luxury sedan, then perhaps it is.

India-South Africa trade booming

Two of the world’s most promising emerging economies, India and South Africa are enjoying an increasingly lucrative trade relationship, valued at $5-billion in 2007 and set to rocket to $15-billion by 2015.

Challenging media views of SA

In May the International Media Forum will bring together local and international media to thrash out issues on how South Africa is portrayed in the world news.

China deal: a new day for Africa

The recent acquisition by China's largest bank of 20% of South Africa's Standard Bank is a watershed event in the growing relationship between China and the development of the African continent, writes John Battersby.

China signals a new day for Africa

The recent acquisition by China's largest bank of 20% of South Africa's Standard Bank is a watershed event in the growing relationship between China and the development of the African continent, writes John Battersby.

SA-Moz pipeline ‘ready by 2009’

The planned R4.2-billion liquid-fuels pipeline linking Mozambique and South Africa should be completed by the end of 2009, says public-private pipeline consortium Petroline.

US to shed light on Africom

The US is expected to provide more information on its planned Africa Command Centre when African and US officials meet in Washington this weekend. The Southern African Development Community has already stated its opposition to hosting the US military command centre.