Climate activist Greta Thunberg told the world's business leaders at the virtual World Economic Forum, usually held in Davos, that the time for "small steps in the right direction" to deal with climate change is over.
Vanessa Nakate said "I am not going to be silenced" after being cropped out of a picture which features four white climate campaigners.
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Mohammed Hassan Mohamud, who has been a refugee in Kenya for two decades, gave an impassioned plea to the political and business elites gathered in the Swiss ski resort of Davos to do more than pay lip-service to the plight of millions of displaced people.
Oxfam has released a report ahead of the 2019 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos highlighting how low taxes on the world’s wealthiest has led to inequality that is ‘out of control’. Taxes on the super rich are at the lowest level they’ve been in decades, while hundreds of millions of children across the globe go without education and millions struggle to access healthcare, according to Oxfam. They suggest that a 0.5 percent increase in taxes on the wealthiest one percent could provide the funds to support those education and health services.
The U.S.president dismissed reports that he ordered the firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller as “fake news.”
'I realised how nasty, how mean, how vicious and how fake the press can be.'
Shadow Chancellor told the super-rich: 'Pay your taxes.'
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The 2018 Accelerating Acceptance report’s results are “alarming,” advocates say.
Jacob Rees-Mogg intervenes as Hammond slapped down by No 10.
President Jacob Zuma is "a human being; it's natural to be nervous about what might happen", Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa tells the BBC.
Malusi Gigaba says South Africa is taking tough decisions to reduce its debt.
"Corruption and misrule will be history," says the Reserve Bank Governor.
It was agreed that structural challenges were a burden to economic growth in Africa’s largest economy.
Cyril Ramaphosa's team wants the world to know that SA is an attractive investment destination.