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I have not resigned, says Gordhan
Pravin Gordhan has confirmed that he is still Minister of Finance, despite rumours that he had resigned.
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Complaints about Sars damaging the economy, says Moyane
Sars commissioner Tom Moyane told MPs that attacks on the organisation were damaging the SA economy as it had led to lower levels of tax compliance.
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AI to become main way banks interact with customers
Artificial intelligence (AI) will become the primary way banks interact with their customers within the next three years.
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WEF hunts for top female tech innovators
The World Economic Forum’s search for Africa’s top five female tech innovators has entered it final lap.
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Ranieri to lift the lid on Leicester sacking
Claudio Ranieri is ready to break his silence since being sacked by Leicester when he appears as a television pundit for Arsenal’s visit to Crystal Palace.
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'Proteas prepared to go down fighting'
The Proteas will need to draw from their blueprint of fight and courage to overcome the tough challenge to save the third Test match against New Zealand.
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Western Force denounces Super Rugby reduction speculation
The Western Force has denounced speculative media reports that they will be axed from next season’s competition.
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Top Europe clubs drop Super League proposal
Europe's top clubs have dropped a proposal for a Super League made up of the continent's strongest teams amid opposition by UEFA, their association said.
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Student intimidation claims rocks CPUT
CPUT staff have complained about being intimidated and physically and verbally abused by a group of students across the institution's campuses.
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'Rebuilding of Imizamo Yethu houses too slow'
Only eight homes have been rebuilt in the City of Cape Town’s re-blocking initiative in Imizamo Yethu, Hout Bay, after the devastating fire.
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Ahmed Kathrada: exhibit A of the values imbued in Freedom Charter
Ahmed ‘Uncle Kathy’ Kathrada, an unassuming, quiet man who has left South Africans with a legacy that’s immediate, not historical, writes David Everatt.
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Five people and a cat burnt in blaze
A fire in Bonteheuwel left more than 30 people destitute and five people and a cat with extensive burn wounds.
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