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Microsoft takes path less traveled to build a quantum computer
In the race to commercialise a new type of powerful computer, Microsoft Corp. just pulled up to the starting line with a slick-looking set of wheels.
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UK flooring giant Carpetright taking a beating from its founder’s son
Profits at Carpetright have been floored as the company admitted it's struggling to compete with a rival retailer set up by its founder's son.
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Fired Indian tech workers turn to chatbots for counseling
For months Lovkesh Joshi was quietly terrified of losing his job as a manager at a top Indian tech services company.
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OPINION: An economic choice between the developmental state and the welfare state
It is worth understanding how that future looks under Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma or alternatively Cyril Ramaphosa, writes Gwen Ngwenya.
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#Ashes I’ll let dad know that I passed him, says Mitchell Marsh
His older brother Shaun savoured his first Ashes ton at the Adelaide Oval, an unbeaten 126 that made him Man-of-the-Match.
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Titans underline SA dominance with third #RamSlam title
The Dolphins don’t make the rules, but having benefited from them to reach this finale, they were then undone by the tournament’s best team.
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Free State continue starry-eyed run against Pirates
The victory sees Free State Stars go up to second position on the PSL log with with 22 points, while Pirates are fourth with 20.
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Penalty saved as Bayern go 11 points clear in #Bundesliga
Bottom side Cologne finally picked up their first win of the season 1-0 over Wolfsburg thanks to Christian Clemens’ second-half winner.
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WATCH: Business for vendors soar outside #ANCConference2017
Business was booming for vendors outside the Nasrec conference centre in Johannesburg, who were selling mostly the ANC's regalia.
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Five highlights from Jacob Zuma's last speech as ANC president
Five highlights from President Jacob Zuma's finals speech as ANC president delivered to delegates at the party's 54th elective conference.
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#ANC54: Angry SACP lashes Jacob Zuma for 'pathetic' speech
SACP first deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila said President Jacob Zuma had been economical with the truth and failed to address core issues.
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Sanctions will hit North Korean citizens the hardest
Sanctions aimed at punishing the North Korean regime are hampering the ability of aid groups to operate inside the country.
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