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IMImobile SA joins Google's rich messaging program for Africa
RCS (Rich Communication Services) will allow millions of businesses in Africa to make use of more interactive messaging features.
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Lowe's to get rid of Mexico stores in further restructuring
Lowe’s Companies Inc said on Tuesday it was looking to shed its retail business in Mexico and certain non-core US businesses.
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Uganda to make new telecoms investors share infrastructure
Uganda will force new investors in telecommunications services to rent capacity from existing fibre optic cables.
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Africa-focused energy producer NewAge to sell Congo field
NewAge is seeking to sell its stake in the Marine XII oil block that the Africa-focused energy group jointly owns with Italy’s ENI.
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Percy Tau: Bafana gave everything against Paraguay, and we will go to Afcon
“I think it was a difficult game. We conceded early, but we came back strong.”
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Ryan Rickelton rocks Paarl to set up bonus-point win for Jozi Stars
The Rocks’ inability to take wickets upfront is certainly hampering their chances at the moment as they slumped to a second consecutive defeat.
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Springboks will give it some Stick against Wales
“Going towards the World Cup, you really want to give those youngsters opportunities, to make sure you give them a bit of experience.”
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Percy Tau rescues Bafana Bafana with stoppage-time equaliser against Paraguay
The experience Paraguay was evident, but for Baxter and Bafana, it was a vital hit-out for future Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup qualifiers.
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PICS: Pastors, activists and traditional leaders meet to discuss women abuse
Several church leaders, sangomas and traditional leaders gathered in Johannesburg on Tuesday evening, to discuss the scourge of women abuse.
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Trump says Saudi prince could have known of murder but ties unchanged
President Donald Trump acknowledged Tuesday that Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman could have known of the murder of a dissident journalist.
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Julius Malema tears into Gordhan, Tiso Blackstar
EFF leader Julius Malema ripped into media company Tiso Blackstar and the Zondo Commission, accusing both parties for wasting taxpayers' money.
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Death toll in Kabul wedding hall blast rises to over 50
A suicide bomber blew himself up in a banqueting hall where Islamic religious scholars had gathered in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing more than 50 people
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