Doug Casey on China’s Exploitation of Africa

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Justin’s note: Is China taking over Africa? A lot of folks are asking themselves this question, and for good reason. You see, China’s pulling resources out of the ground in Africa at an alarming rate. Not only that, Chinese people are pouring into the continent by the boatload. That said, it’s not all “bad news.”… Read More

Is This the Biggest Buy Signal for Gold Since 2001?

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch The Vanguard Group has thrown in the towel on gold. And that has massive implications for the gold market. But not in the way most investors think. As you’re about to see, Vanguard’s decision could be extremely bullish for gold. I’ll tell you why in a second—and why… Read More

Johann Rupert’s “aha” moment sparks Reinet’s R10bn share buyback

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Reinet’s share buyback scheme is intended to protect small shareholders from the 40% discount. Chairman Johann Rupert’s inspiration came from an unlikely source. This article is exclusive to Biznews Premium. Members please login here. Not yet subscribed? Taste before you eat by signing up here for free 30 day trial (card details required; WSJ access only available… Read More

Caitlin Johnstone Sends John McCain to Hell

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Caitlin Johnstone Sends John McCain to Hell Where He Belongs And Is Certainly Headed https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2018/08/24/do-not-let-them-make-a-saint-of-this-asshole/ The post Caitlin Johnstone Sends John McCain to Hell appeared first on PaulCraigRoberts.org. Source: paulcraigroberts.org

South African gold miners and union deadlocked over wages

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(Bloomberg) — South Africa’s National Union of Mine workers, the biggest labor group at gold mining companies in the country, said it’s deadlocked over pay with the producers after numerous rounds of negotiations.“We have reached a stage whereby we understand that the employers are not prepared to give a better offer to the employees” The… Read More

Future UCT generations to pay a maximum Price – Ed Herbst

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University of Cape Town CAPE TOWN — Sometimes the essence of a debate is best contextualised and summarised by an intermediary or perhaps more accurately here, facilitator, which is the role veteran journalist and political observer Ed Herbst plays for UCT’s most outspoken anti-Fallist academic, Professor Tim Crowe. That anarchy was allowed and freedom of… Read More