China’s sneaker heads chase 6600% returns flipping air jordans
One of the hottest commodities in China right now is a pair of sneakers.
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Entrepreneur hopes to create 5000 jobs with his aluminium company
Aaron Boateng moved to the SA with less than R10,000 in his pocket to establish his company Ab Westlink Aluminium and Steel.
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Loss of Sassa to Post Office takes toll on Finbond's earnings
Finbond Group was expecting its earnings for the 6 months to the end of August to decline because of the transition of Sassa customers.
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African cities particularly vulnerable to impacts of climate change
Africa needs to take urgent and ambitious action to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
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Proteas' Elgar suffers concussion after being struck on head
South Africa's opening batsman Dean Elgar was diagnosed with a concussion after he suffered a blow to the head in the third test against India.
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Bangladesh players go on strike, tour of India in jeopardy
Bangladesh's cricketers will be on an indefinite strike until a list of demands are met by the country's cricket board (BCB), skipper Shakib Al Hasan said.
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South Africa continued their unbeaten run at the African Netball Cup
The continent’s top-ranked team was in rampant form against their less fancied opposition.
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French official says World Cup ref's picture with Wales fans is shocking
A leading French rugby official has demanded "explanations" after a photograph emerged of referee Jaco Peyper appearing to pose with Wales fans.
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Thai king strips 'disloyal' royal consort of titles, military ranks
Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn has stripped his royal consort of her titles and military ranks for being "disloyal", the palace said late on Monday.
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Johnson faces perilous Brexit ratification after deal vote blocked
PM Boris Johnson faces a potentially perilous ratification of his Brexit divorce deal in the British parliament after the speaker refused to allow a vote on it on Monday.
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Cape Town law enforcement arrests 135, issue more than 8000 fines
The City of Cape Town said its law enforcement officials arrested a total of 135 people, issued 8,131 fines and impounded 132 minibus taxis during last week’s operations.
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'I was a change candidate': Zille defends federal council chair election
The DA's newly elected federal council chairperson Helen Zille says she represents the change and steadiness the DA needs.
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