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Simbisa Brands seeking a listing on London's AIM market
Zimbabwe and sub-Saharan Africa focused fast foods operator, Simbisa Brands is seeking a secondary listing on London's AIM market.
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Govt to probe data costs as a hindrance to small business: Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said the South African government wanted to probe the cost of data and its limitations to doing business in the country.
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Public Protector to probe Molefe's R30m payout
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has agreed to investigate Eskom's R30 million pension payout to its former CEO Brian Molefe.
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Structural policy reforms needed - OECD
The organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released its Economic Survey of South Africa, which identified priority areas for future action.
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Tiger on Spieth: What an incredible way to come back and win
“Jordan, we are all so happy watching you win the greatest trophy in golf,” nine-times major winner Gary Player said in a social media address to the new champion.
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Can the Lions return the pain to the Canes?
For a number of reasons, the Super Rugby semi-final between the Lions and the Hurricanes is shaping up to be a thriller, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.
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JP Duminy released from Proteas Test squad
The decision to take Duminy out of the squad for the rest of the England tour is a clear indication that his Test career is over, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
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No dopers found at Fifa Confederations Cup
Fifa added that the samples were analysed at laboratories accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada), mostly at the one in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Mining companies urged to 'beef up security' after Tau Lekoa tragedy
Health and safety is critical to the sustainability of the mining industry, Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane said on Monday.
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Classes suspended at Cape Peninsula
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology announced the suspension of all university activities across its campuses.
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#Timolinquest: 'Dirty tricks used to silence opponents of apartheid regime'
Paul Erasmus worked at the notorious police station in Johannesburg for 17 years, and was responsible for spreading lies about the ANC.
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Charlie Gard's parents agree to let him die
The parents of Charlie Gard tearfully gave up their legal battle to keep their terminally ill baby alive, saying his condition had deteriorated too far.
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