Amcu declares Marikana a 'killing field'
Amcu has stated that Marikana has once again become a killing field after another member was gunned down this week.
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Ramaphosa backs new SAA board
Ramaphosa has supported the appointment of the new SAA board in Parliament and said Gigaba would give more details on SAA during his mini budget speech.
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Harmony Gold acquire AngloGold Ashanti's Moab Khotsong operations for R4bn
Harmony Gold Mining Company acquired AngloGold Ashanti's Moab Khotsong operations in the North West for R4 billion ($300 million).
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Afrimat navigates through low-growth economy in SA
Afrimat's diversification strategy, cost reduction as well as efficiency improvement initiatives were the key drivers for the group.
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Valanciunas, Miles help Raptors beat Bulls in opener
CJ Miles got Toronto's bid to become a better 3-point shooting team off to a successful start as the Raptors beat the short-handed Chicago Bulls.
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#SowetoDerby: Fans want 4-3 or 3-2, says Igesund
“The coaches must not be scared to lose their jobs.”
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2007 Rugby World Cup triumph – a day to remember for the Springboks!
“Thank you for what you’ve done for South Africa and rugby in our country. We’re proud to celebrate this day as a rugby family,” says SA Rugby president Mark Alexander.
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No Premier League game on Christmas Eve after criticism from Klopp, fans
Premier League chairman Richard Scudamore said the timing of the Christmas holiday this year had made scheduling complicated.
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Jobs for pals scandal rocks Joburg
A jobs and tender for pals scandal has rocked the City of Joburg’s finance department, casting a dark cloud over the DA administration's clean governance undertaking.
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Another nuclear plant for Cape Town?
If you wanna oppose the new nuclear power station in Cape Town, you have very little time to do so.
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Court wrangle over Cape farm school land
A legal battle has left the Western Cape Education department with egg on its face over its application to evict pupils.
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Sparing the rod is now the rule, judge decrees
Parents should think twice about lifting their hands to their children; those who hit children will no longer be able to plead special defence in court if criminally charged.
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