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ICT firm AYO to list on the JSE
AYO Technology Solutions - a majority black-owned ICT company, which is at least 30 percent women-owned - is scheduled to list on the JSE next week.
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SABC workers go on strike as #ANCConference looms
SABC workers have decided to embark on a strike on Thursday morning, according to the broadcasting company.
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Amplats has finalised the disposal of two more assets
Anglo American Platinum said that it had finalised the disposal of two assets in line with a strategy to reposition the business.
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Steinhoff: Wiese family's dominance under fire
The Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), and the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) hit out yesterday at the dominance of the Wiese family
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Klopp defends rotation after Liverpool held again
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted he won't ditch his rotation policy after his six changes back-fired against lowly West Bromwich Albion.
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Horn chasing Crawford match-up after WBO title win over Corcoran
Jeff Horn is eyeing a fight in the USA after successfully defining his WBO world welterweight title against Gary Corcoran.
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Trosee carrying the flame of power at #EFC66
Jacqui Trosee will attempt to pick up her third win in the EFC hexagon on Saturday, all while juggling the demands of being a single mom.
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South African teams gear up for Dakar 2018
Teams are in the final stages of preparation for the 2018 Dakar Rally, which is set to start in Peru on January 6.
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France accused of being complicit in 1994 Rwanda genocide
The Rwandan government released an independent report accusing French officials of complicity in the 1994 genocide.
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Durban North man injured in home invasion
Robbers forced him to open the safe and fled with cellphones, jewellery, laptops and televisions
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Artscape pays tribute to writer Adam Small
A bust of Adam Small donated by the Stigting vir Bemagtiging deur Afrikaans, and designed by Johannes du Plessis will be unveiled this weekend.
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6 700 refugees killed in first month of Rohingya crisis - MSF
At least 6 700 Rohingya Muslims were killed in the first month of a Myanmar army crackdown on rebels in Rakhine state, MSF said.
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