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OPINION: Global financial markets remain volatile
Sound economic fundamentals globally and domestically continue to recover during the first part of last week, writes Dr Chris Harmse.
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AYO Technology Solutions Limited - voluntary announcement
"AYO Technology Solutions Limited has noted with dismay and serious concern, the media articles that have been published about our company."
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SA to appeal ruling on black ownership of mines
SA has sought leave to appeal a court judgment over a crucial black-ownership principle in the country’s Mining Charter, the nation’s mining lobby said.
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WATCH: The Nokia banana phone will be heading to South Africa
The Nokia 8810 banana phone that was popular in the 90s will be making its comeback in 2018
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Wenger - Our own fans were hurting the club
Shortly after announcing he would be stepping down, Wenger lashed out at the club's fans for their lack of unity
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Farah: I needed a drink, they wanted pictures
A series of blunders while picking up his energy drinks characterised Mo Farah's performance at the weekend's London marathon
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Chiefs, Pirates have a history of fan violence
Despite several past incidences of fan violence, the Premier Soccer League has much to answer for following the weekend's events in Durban
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Kenyan rugby sevens duo face gang rape charges
Frank Wanyama and Alex Olaba are currently suspended from the national Sevens team currently campaigning in the World Sevens Series
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Cellphones used in Sun City jailbreak
Having spoken to two inmates who told of how 16 men broke out of prison, I was asked: “How did you manage to talk to them?” “I called their cellphones,” I responded.
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Striking bus drivers plead commuters to join their fight
Striking bus drivers met with commuters in Rustenburg in an attempt to help push for a better wage.
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No date set for ANC conference in 'unified' KZN
ANC Secretary General, Ace Magashule said that although KwaZulu-Natal was ready for a provincial elective conference, a date had not yet been set.
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Zimbabwe sets up special courts for election violence
Zimbabwe has established special courts to deal with cases of political violence, the police said, part of the government's drive to curtail unrest.
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