R2.62bn in Swedish krone may go to charity
The world’s oldest central bank is asking Swedes to hand in old one, two and five krona coins to banks before the end of August.
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The Competition Commission launches data market inquiry
The competition commission on Friday said the data market inquiry has been officially set in motion.
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As Congo finances collapse, government left with few options
A meeting with a president from Russia's second largest bank shows how desperate Congo is to stop a collapse in national finances that is hitting the economy.
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How can we trust what we read on the internet?
The inconvenient truth is that there are many shades of grey to account for when explaining how, why and when “the media” seeks to champion “truth”.
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Winning start for Benni as City stun Wits!
Benni McCarthy has also aimed high this season, and this win against a man who gave him his debut at Seven Stars when he was just 17 will no doubt spur him on.
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Leyds shows his Bok class as WP run riot
The home side produced some vintage Province rugby to run in six tries in a bonus-point win over the Golden Lions on Friday night.
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Spurs sign Ajax star Sanchez in reported club record transfer
The signing of Davinson Sanchez will alleviate some anxiety amongst Spurs fans concerned at Mauricio Pochettino’s lack of activity in the transfer market.
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Everything is on the line, says Mayweather
“I still have a high IQ in that ring.”
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'DA presented a solid case against Bell Pottinger'
The DA said it was confident it had presented a solid case against PR firm Bell Pottinger as a hearing into the firm's conduct concluded on Friday.
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PICS: Bangkok hostel offers prison experience
The Sook Station hostel in the Udom Suk neighbourhood offers guests pin-striped pyjamas
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Security beefed up ahead of SADC Summit
Security has been beefed up ahead of the official opening of the 37th Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Summit.
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Stabbing spree in Finland leaves two dead, several injured
Two people have died in a stabbing attack in the Finnish city of Turku, police told a news conference Friday.
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