The IMF says the global economy should expand 3.4 percent this year.
The president told MPs to lead by example and show respect to the house.
The SuperSport United goalie says he wants to improve further before heading overseas.
The black comedy that heads a 55-strong selection leans heavily towards war and recession.
Stephen Grootes asks if outrage wields any real political power.
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Italians began voting on Sunday in one of the most closely watched elections in years.
The EU is not expecting its economy to grow this year.
The euro zone is showing no signs of recovery from its paralysing recession.
Prime Minister David Cameron has come under new pressure, from his own party, to dilute EU ties.
Former Italian Prime Minister has confirmed his return to politics after months of indecision.
WC ANC Leader Marius Fransman says wage issues are just one of the problems farmworkers face.
Angela Merkel will take her personal endorsement for a government battling to cut deficits.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Britain and France against vetoing the EU’s long-term budget.
The unemployment rate in South African has increased to 25,5 percent in the third quarter of 2012.
Austerity programmes in Europe are causing unrest among citizens impacted by the euro zone crisis.
More Europeans are giving up chocolate as the result of the crippling economic crisis.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will head to Greece to meet with officials on the country’s debt crisis.
Because of Germany’s veto over key decisions, it will decide the fate of distressed euro zone.
An opinion poll shows only a quarter of Germans think Greece should stay in the euro zone.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao says his country is prepared to buy more EU government bonds.
Italy’s electoral law is at the centre of political instability.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy wants to know what conditions will be attached to an EU bailout.
Moody's changed its outlook for Germany, the Netherlands and Luxembourg to negative from stable.