Davies urges boost in local manufacture
Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies believes that every effort must be made to boost local manufacturing.
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TIMELINE: Promises made in 53rd #NEC
Today marks D-Day for the 54th NEC result outcome. We take a look at the previous NEC and the promises that were made at the 53rd conference.
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Sabric warns stokvel members to be wary of criminals
The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) warns stokvel members to be wary of criminals this festive season.
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JSE heads for 20 listings this year
The JSE looks set to end the 130th year of its existence with 20 new listings with the expected listing of AYO Technology Solutions this week.
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Dludlu nervous about World Cup prospects
\the national women’s Under-17 team is just one round away from qualifying for the World Cup
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Banyana in the running for CAF Women’s National Team of the Year award
The South African women's soccer team has received a nomination in the 2017 CAF Awards
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India miss out on chance to depose SA as world's No 1 ODI team
India have missed out on a chance to be the world's top-ranked ODI side, with the Proteas staying at summit of the ICC rankings instead.
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Mosimane brimming with confidence as Sundowns hit their stride
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is feeling confident after his side stretched their lead at the top of the table with a heavy win over Celtic.
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#MeToo campaign excludes India's sex workers, lower caste women
Global social media campaign #MeToo excludes some of India's most vulnerable women who are abused and exploited on a daily basis, activists said.
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Kathrada spent months crafting letter to Zuma, says his widow
Barbara Hogan rubbished President Jacob Zuma’s claim that her late husband Ahmed Kathrada's letter urging him to resign was manipulated.
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Bodies of drowned medical students returned from Cuba
The bodies of two medical students who drowned while attending a party in Cuba, have been returned to SA for burial.
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Zimbabwe's five-week military coup is over
The Zimbabwean army announced that "Operation Restore Legacy” - the military take over which began on November 13, has ended.
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