Airbus has decided to stop making the A380 double-decker after a dozen years in service, burying a prestige project that won the hearts of passengers and politicians but never the broad support of airlines.
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Online platforms will be required to compensate publishers and creators for the content that appears on their websites, under new European Union copyright rules that could shrink access to online media in Europe.
Apple is planning to unveil video and news subscription offerings next month, the first major new digital services from the company since 2015.
South Africa entered a fifth day of rolling blackouts on Thursday as the government prepared to announce a raft of measures to end electricity shortages that are having a debilitating impact on the economy.
Eskom said it will cut 3GW of power from the South African grid from 8am until 11pm on Wednesday, marking the fourth consecutive day of such measures.
South Africa’s biggest labour federation will embark on a nationwide protest on Wednesday that will keep workers from Eskom away from their posts amid a fourth day of rolling blackouts.
EOH Holdings has said the potential loss of partner agreements with Microsoft South Africa within the next 30 days won’t have a material impact.
South Africa’s struggling power utility started a third day of power outages, blaming issues including failures at two huge new power stations that are also the main source of the company’s massive debt.
Two new coal-fired power plants being built in South Africa are “badly designed and badly constructed”, public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan said on Tuesday.