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Zille suspended from DA

Zille suspended from DA

Zille was charged by the DA in March for " bringing the party into disrepute and damaging the party ", after she published a number of tweets where she said colonialism was not all negative. "It also proves the generally accepted notion that a former party leader should retire otherwise it causes tension with his or her replacement". There is no question that Ms Zille's original tweets and subsequent justifications have damaged our standing in the public mind.



Oil prices head for big weekly loss as glut lingers

But U.S. crude production is rising fast as new technology helps to extract shale oil, making the United States more self-sufficient in energy. The crude oil market also fretted about the increase in Libyan oil output to 827,000 barrels per day, a three-year high according to the National Oil Corporation.


Leaders say world will abide by Paris Accord, with or without US

Leaders say world will abide by Paris Accord, with or without US

Chancellor Angela Merkel , who's in the midst of seeking a fourth term at the German helm, is in the unenviable position of agreeing with Trump on two key issues - European defense and support of the euro against the dollar - while feeling it necessary to run against the American president given his deep unpopularity in Germany and across Europe.


Narendra Modi hard-sells GST, other reforms to woo investors in Russian Federation

Narendra Modi hard-sells GST, other reforms to woo investors in Russian Federation

The Prime Minister said the slogan of "sabka saath, sabka vikas" was not applicable only in India but also for the whole world . St. Petersburg: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday met UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in St. India has been a victim of cross-border terrorism for forty years. He said Gujarat was the fourth Government is the world which had set up a department for environment protection.



Investors bet Trump climate withdrawal to boost United States oil drilling

Nasdaq в статье Oil prices at 3-week low as rising output risks OPEC-led deal that Benchmark Brent oil was down $1.63, or 3.1 percent, at $50.21 a barrel by 1341 GMT, after earlier touching $50.12 a barrel, the weakest since May 10. US prices are now down 8.1% since OPEC and other exporters agreed to extend ongoing production cuts by nine months on May 25. Last week OPEC and a number of non-OPEC producers extended a deal to cut 1.8 million bpd in supply until March 2018.