7 things you need to know today
We take a look at the night-loving business news this morning and top stories from our newsrooms across SA, Africa, and the world.
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Five South African banks face charges of dollar-rand manipulation
28 big banks are set to face the music at the Competition Tribunal over allegations of manipulating the dollar-rand (USD/ZAR) trades.
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Eskom takes part in Tegeta's businessrescue to recover R5bn
Eskom was participating in the business rescue process of Tegeta Exploration & Resources where it holds a R5bn claim.
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Gauteng gobbles nearly half of South Africa's lockdown relief fund
Half of the R16.5bn that SA's UIF disbursed under a temporary relief scheme for those who have lost income has gone to Gauteng province.
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Lewis Hamilton says he's 'overcome with rage' at racial injustice
"The injustice that we are seeing our brothers and sisters face all over the world time and time again is disgusting, and MUST stop".
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PSL teams need government green light before traning can resume
Sports, arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa has cautioned national football against downplaying the Covid-19 health risk.
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World-class Gelant is a natural baller, says Stormers' Damian Willemse
Stormers flyhalf Damian Willemse says new recruit Warrick Gelant will “definitely be a leader in the backline”.
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Percy Tau can break my Bafana record, says Benni McCarthy
Legendary Bafana Bafana hitman Benni McCarthy is backing Percy Tau to smash his goalscoring record for the country.
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Lewis Hamilton says he's 'overcome with rage' at racial injustice
"The injustice that we are seeing our brothers and sisters face all over the world time and time again is disgusting, and MUST stop".
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IDC in failed R3bn bid to have SA's first black women-owned mining firm placed under business rescue
The Industria Development Corporation's failed bid to place Kalagadi Manganese, the first black women-owned mining house in South Africa, under business rescue has been slammed as anti-transformation.
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UCT scientists unearth remains of ‘wolf-sized otters’ dating back 5 million years
Scientists at UCT have unearthed the remains of wolf-sized otters that once roamed the West Coast of South Africa.
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Hard-hit Tshwane tourism industry faces balancing act
'Economic sector hard hit by Covid-19 pandemic and level 3 would usher in much needed growth that would be built up to fully recover'
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