Massmart picks Walmart's Mitchell Slape as new CEO
Slape succeeds Guy Hayward who, earlier this month, indicated his intention to resign and step down as CEO and executive director after 18 years.
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Grand Parade chairperson steps down
An engineer by profession, Adams has been instrumental in establishing a number of successful businesses.
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Tiger Brands cuts dividend by 15percent
The JSE-listed food packaging company said operating income from its grains business also plummeted 25% on onslaught from cheaper competitors.
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Aspen in talks with partner in Europe
Aspen Pharmacare advised shareholders on Thursday that the company was engaged in discussions with a potential partner in Europe.
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Sharks will not be putting themselves under pressure, says Esterhuizen
The Sharks have to win all four of their remaining games if they want to top the SA conference
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Kwagga Smith to lead Lions against Sharks in Durban derby
The former Blitzbok will lead the Lions in the absence of Warren Whiteley who is injured
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Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah named in Egypt's provisional Afcon squad
Hosts Egypt will kick off the Afcon 2019 against Zimbabwe on June 21
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Sharks retain Curwin Bosch at No 10 as Lions derby await
with only four more matches to play, the Sharks will hosts the Lions in Durban on Saturday
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DA asks Mabuyane to intervene after NMB 'fails' to spend capital budget
DA EC Provincial Leader Nqaba Bhanga said that the coalition government in Nelson Mandela Bay had again proved that it was incapable of governing the metro.
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Muslims and Jews pray alongside each other at Africa's oldest synagogue
Muslim and Jewish leaders shared a fast-breaking meal, a symbol of cohabitation that Tunisia is keen to promote.
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Saray Khumalo wants Africans to pick up Mount Everest challenge
The first black African woman to climb Everest said people from her continent must seek "amazing" new challenges to prove they can compete with the best.
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Cause of Lisbon Bank blaze remains a mystery six months after tragedy
Six months have passed since the fire at the Bank of Lisbon building claimed the lives of three firefighters and the cause of the blaze is still not known.
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