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While Western nations are curbing imports of Russian energy amid Ukraine war, India has purchased oil from Moscow.Published On 31 Mar 202231 Mar 2022The United States and United Kingdom say they respect India’s decision to continue to import Russian oil amid the war in Ukraine, but a top US official has said the Biden administration does…
The top court has upheld the order to release the journalist, who has been imprisoned for four months without charges.Published On 31 Mar 202231 Mar 2022Ethiopia’s Supreme Court has upheld the order to release on bail journalist Amir Aman Kiyaro, who has been imprisoned for four months without charges, rejecting a police effort to block…
The reforms would’ve been the biggest change to Kenya’s political system since it introduced a new constitution in 2010.Published On 31 Mar 202231 Mar 2022Kenya’s top court has declared controversial constitutional changes proposed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his allies ahead of crucial elections in August, as illegal. But its Thursday ruling left open the…
From: Talk to Al JazeeraPoland’s deputy foreign minister discusses whether a Russian attack is possible on Polish soil.On February 24, Russian forces invaded Ukraine. The front line in this war is not only military, it is also financial and political for both sides of the conflict. Like Germany, some European countries highly reliant on Russian…
A protester was shot in the chest as thousands in Khartoum rallied against a military coup and worsening living conditions.Published On 31 Mar 202231 Mar 2022A Sudanese protester has been killed as thousands rallied against last year’s military coup and worsening living conditions, medics have said. The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors identified the victim…
This is the second in a three-part series on tax filing that looks at how business owners can maximise their tax savings. Here’s the first part. It’s nearly the end of the tax year, and that can only mean one thing; it’s almost time to lodge your tax return. Sure, it can be a stressful…
In the run-up to this year’s elections, we consistently discussed two key topics in our interviews and interactions with small business owners. No, it’s not grants or financial aid, which are usually only temporary solutions that do little to help the business. These two key themes are digitisation and compliance. SMEs’ number one problem Reduced…
As the federal election in 2022 approaches, everyone is curious about what the candidates want and expect from business owners.  As if running a small business wasn’t challenging enough, the last few years have made it even more so. Lockdowns and social isolation are significantly reducing foot traffic. Supply chain issues prevent the delivery of…
If elected, a Labor Government intends to invest $1 billion towards improving Australia’s manufacturing industries. Through an Advanced Manufacturing Fund, Labor aims to rebuild Australia’s industrial base across sectors like transport, defence, food processing, medical science, renewables, and low emission manufacturing technologies. It will be part of a $15 billion National Reconstruction Fund.  “I want…
Hands up, who’s turned to a family-run supermarket or specialist grocer for vital supplies after struggling to score a home delivery slot in an acceptable time frame from one of the majors? After surviving more than two years of lockdowns, isolation and supply chain disruption, most of us have a good story to tell about…