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South Africans Prepare To Go To The Polls

Twenty-five million South Africans are preparing to go to the polls; the BBC's Matthew Davies is in Johannesburg to gauge the mood of voters.

Twenty-five million South Africans are preparing to go to the polls; the BBC's Matthew Davies is in Johannesburg to gauge the mood of voters and assess the state of the country's economy. North America technology correspondent, Richard Taylor, talks to presenter, Manuela Saragosa, about Amazon joining forces with Twitter. Elizabeth Hotson pays a visit to the world famous Betty's Tea Room in York, ancient capital of England, to find out how the city is getting 'China ready' in a bid to woo new tourists. Christine Bader is in the studio explaining how she became a 'corporate idealist' and why big business would do well to listen to what she has to say. In Singapore, energy analyst Vandana Hari talks 3D-printed houses and cheese; from Sydney, Phil Mercer joins us with all the latest Australian business news.

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