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Hogg to leave office
Bank of England Deputy Governor, Charlotte Hogg, is set to leave the bank this week.
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Amplats keeps full-year guidance
Anglo American Platinum has maintained its full-year guidance of 2.35 – 2.40 million ounces.
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Sishen boosts output 31 percent
Kumba Iron Ore says its flagship Sishen mine improved production 31 percent year-on-year.
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Aspen welcomes probe
Pharma giant Aspen says it welcomes a potential probe into alleged ant-competitive behaviour.
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Youth set Golden Arrows on target for glory
Clinton Larsen has praised Golden Arrows' development structures after two under-23 players starts in Saturday's Nedbank Cup over Platinum Stars.
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February, McDougall claim titles in Durban Surf Pro
Michael February and Zoe McDougall claimed the men’s and women’s titles at the World Surf League Durban Surf Pro on Sunday.
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Pacquiao declares 'I'm not done yet'
Veteran Filipino Manny Pacquiao said he plans to show he is "not done yet" when he defends his world title against Australia's Jeff Horn in July.
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Thrashed Stormers need 'sorting out'
The Stormers must improve their defence and take better care of possession if they are avoid a third consecutive defeat, writes Wynona Louw.
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Henri van Breda pleads not guilty
Henri Van Breda has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him, including the murder of his parents and brother.
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Pit Bulls attack beach jogger
The man was jogging along Tinley Manor Beach
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Pitbulls maul jogger
A Durban man was rushed to hospital this morning following the brutal attack
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WATCH: #Ntlemeza not man enough to face the media: DA
DA shadow minister of police Zakhele Mbhele said Lt-General Berning Ntlemeza sneaking into the Hawks offices indicated a lack of accountability and shame.
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