David Cameron resigns as Prime Minister after Brexit vote

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, resigned on Friday after the vote in favour of leaving the European Union (EU).

The 52% vote has seen the South African rand weaken by a rand against the US dollar since the announcement.

In an interview earlier with John Robbie, Executive Chair of Pan African Investment and Research Services, Dr Iraj Abedian, on what would follow as a result of the decision.

Listen to his analysis below:

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Ncwane's band manager remembers him for his passion and leadership

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Teachers called out for racism at Pretoria Girls High

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