Is a Brexit deal really possible in two years?
The starting gun has been fired but political pressures on both sides of the Channel make a settlement a tall order, writes Richard Whitman.
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Jugdgment was reserved in Gordhan/Oakbay debacle
Judgment was reserved in the legal battle by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan for a declaratory order that he was not obliged to interfere in the private banking affairs of the Gupta-owned Oakbay companies.
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Does Uber owe the Vat man millions?
Uber is facing a court battle over claims it has failed to pay what could be hundreds of millions of pounds in VAT.
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China telecom firm ZTE removed from US trade blacklist
The US Department of Commerce will remove Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE from a trade blacklist.
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Spieth, Mickelson among Masters hopefuls at Houston Open
Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth, the 2015 Masters champion who bungled a repeat bid, begin play at the PGA Houston Open with the Masters looming.
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Video technology 'fair but kills spectacle'
The experiment with video assistance that backfired on France against Spain earned mixed reviews, praised by mos but condemned by others.
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Crisis-hit Argentina risk missing World Cup
The world's top-ranked nation Argentina risk failing to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1970 after Messi's suspension and a loss to Bolivia.
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'New Zealand can count themselves very unlucky'
Faf du Plessis’ successful transition into a Test leader has been on the back of him playing every situation with as straight a bat, says Lungani Zama
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De Lille blocks debate on budget
For the first time in 17 years of council history, the Mayor of Cape Town has allegedly shut down debate on the tabling of the municipality's budget.
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Battle lines drawn at #KathradaFuneral
President Zuma may have recused himself from attending the anti-apartheid icon's funeral. but his leadership was very much in the spotlight at the event.
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Schoolboy dies during rugby practise
A 16-year-old boy died after collapsing during rugby practice at a school sports field in Scottsville in Pietermaritzburg.
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Kenyan herdsmen torch luxury lodge
In the latest attack in the troubled Laikipia region, Kenyan herdsmen burned down a luxury lodge owned by a white conservationist.
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