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Millennials earn money while relaxing on the beaches of Bali
Digital millennials generate impressive income by sunbathing on the beach. Learn how you too can make money by living a traveller's life. Here's how.
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To rest in the eye of the storm takes special human reserves
'We have a responsibility to future generations to go back to basics so that we don’t suffocate in the digital web and lose our humanity.'
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Drought sucks sweet honey market dry, as shortage causes SA to import
South Africa is facing a major shortage in honey production, which has seen the price of the bees' produce rocketing as a result.
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AfricaCom launched new technology arena
AfricaCom is launching a new technology arena which will exhibit tech innovation and Africa’s journey towards the fourth industrial revolution.
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Lively Pumas end three-game losing streak in Kimberley
Flyhalf Justin van Staden’s steady boot contributed 12 points as the Pumas ground out a timely victory against Griquas on Sunday.
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Late double hands Maritzburg victory over Platinum
Maritzburg United scored two goals in the last quarter to beat Platinum Stars at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Sunday.
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Kaizer Chiefs concede late equaliser against Celtic
Mulomowandau Mathoho put Kaizer Chiefs into the lead, but Amakhosi gave away a second-half penalty to draw with Bloemfontein Celtic.
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BREAKING NEWS: Jano Vermaak replaces injured Cronjé in Bok squad
Flyhalf Handré Pollard will remain in South Africa to continue with the final phase of his rehabilitation.
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Grace Mugabe immunity decision 'not an easy one' - Dirco
The Department of International Relations and Co-operation has explained the factors they considered before granting Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.
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Search for angler continues
Authorities are still searching for an angler washed off the rocks in Cape Vidal on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday afternoon
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PICS: 39 detained over Berlin neo-Nazi march
Police say 39 people were detained in connection with a far-right march marking the 30th anniversary of the death of high-ranking Nazi Rudolf Hess.
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PICS: Church services held for Sierra Leone mudslide victims
Churches across Sierra Leone are holding special services in memory of the more than 450 people who were killed in mudslides and flooding this week.
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