Cartrack experiments with smart mobility
Cartrack Holdings has started experimenting with smart mobility in partnership with two other companies in pay-as-a-service transportation.
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French billionaire detained over alleged corruption in Africa
One of France’s most powerful businessmen, Vincent Bollore, was detained for alleged corruption around port deals in Africa.
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Anglo's Minas-Rio iron ore mine pipeline likely to leak its profits
Anglo American says a leak in the pipeline that carries slurry from its Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil to a port in Rio de Janeiro will hurt its profit
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Gmail unveils its "expensive" redesign
Google unveiled its first Gmail redesign since 2013, capping what the company says was an expensive overhaul two years.
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Roma will believe in repeat miracle, says Liverpool's Wijnaldum
Roma may take confidence from their two late goals on Tuesday night, but Liverpool have the quality to complete the job, says the Dutch international
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VIDEO: Rassie may pick ‘bold’ Bok captain, so will Pollard lead?
“We can’t just sit and wait and hope that the senior guys are ready.”
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Coleman returns as Rebels changes three for Stormers
After coming off at halftime in their loss against the Bulls last weekend, skipper Adam Coleman was cleared to face up to Stormers on Friday
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Djokovic slips to surprise defeat at Barcelona Open
Djokovic had been on course to meet Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals in Spain, but it all went wrong against the 140th ranked Klizan
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Free-speech expert defends US teen's racist prom invite
A US school says that it will likely discipline a student after a picture of him posing with a racist prom invitation drew attention on social media.
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Three arrested for fraudulent drivers licences scam
Three suspects are expected to appear in court for fraud relating to drivers licences bought from a local traffic examiner, the Hawks said.
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Uganda MPs yet to approve $40m loan to fight sexual abuse
Ugandan cabinet ministers have agreed to proceed with borrowing $40 million from the World Bank to fight sexual abuse in the country.
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Aussie boy, 12, steals parents' credit card to holiday in Bali alone
A 12-year-old Australian boy stole his parents' credit card, tricked his grandmother into giving him his passport and flew to Bali all by himself.
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