The football star is reportedly closing his chapter in the English English Premier League and turning his eyes on the new exodus to the Chinese League. Read more »
Negotiations between the South African government and the United States on the import of poultry, beef and pork products has been concluded. Read more »
U.S. President Barack Obama has said that South Africa is not meeting requirements agreed between the two countries and that it has until 15 March to comply or risk the suspension ... Read more »
Michael Froman has said the true test of the trade agreement will be whether South African consumers are prepared to buy U.S. products from local stores. Read more »
The issues impacting South Africa's eligibility for U.S. trade preferences have been resolved, according to South African Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies. The South ... Read more »
The U.S. and South Africa remain locked in negotiations over the health issues of U.S. imports. Read more »
The U.S. and South Africa have been engaged in a slow-burn chicken war for years, with President Barack Obama threatening to dump the Southern African nation from its trade ... Read more »
President Barack Obama has given South Africa 60 days to demonstrate the requirements of the African Growth and Opportunity Act for agricultural exports are being met. South ... Read more »
Gabon and the United States are co-hosting the 2015 U.S.-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum in Libreville. This will be the 14th year that government ... Read more »
What does the renewed African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) mean for Africa and for U.S. business? Read more »
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