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Zimbabwe government bans fruit imports and other horticultural products
Zimbabwe has been engulfed by fruit shortages after the government banned imports and other horticultural products with immediate effect.
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Twitter tightening its belt against sexual harassment
Twitter announced new rules on tweets in aid to assist victims of non-consensual nudity and sexual harassment.
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Opinion: Gap Cover - the smart choice in tough economic times
Tony Singleton, CEO of Turnberry Management Risk Solutions writes about the importance of 'Gap cover'.
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Rio’s doomed coal deal resurfaces
Company and two former executives face fraud charges over calamitous coal deal in Mozambique.
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Three and breezy as Thomas wins drama-filled CJ Cup
Justin Thomas holed a two-foot putt at the second playoff hole Sunday to beat Marc Leishman and win his third US PGA Tour title in Asia.
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Folau to miss Wallabies year end tour
Star fullback Israel Folau will miss Australia's end-of-season tour to Japan and Britain following a long, demanding season.
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Elgar: dean of the runs faculty
Dean Elgar sits on the steps of the Maritzburg Oval pavilion in his stained Titans whites, his feet breathing Midlands air after another solid day at the office.
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Hamilton blasts to US Grand Prix pole
Lewis Hamilton pulverised the track record to claim pole position on Saturday alongside title rival Sebastian Vettel.
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Those who can afford it are leaving SA to retire
Some South Africans wanting to retire, and who can afford to, are increasingly looking at overseas destinations to make a home.
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PICS: Pensioner's R2m dream home becomes an expensive nightmare
Pensioner has to pay thousands in utility bills as previous owners refuse to leave plush home.
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Dear Sihle Zikalala, this new BEE move really bothers me
The recent proposal to restructure BEE laws in KZN which will restrict Indian and coloured people from competing openly for state tenders is very disturbing.
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Medical aid scheme bribed me, says chemist
A Pretoria pharmacist has accused medical aid company Polmed of soliciting a R200 000 bribe by “unlawfully” withholding payments.
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