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Zimbabwe deepens power cuts to 24 hours on loss of Eskom imports
Zimbabwe’s state-owned Zesa Holdings Ltd. escalated power cuts to as long as 24 hours after losing regional power imports.
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African Phoenix expects its NAV to rise substantially
The group’s NAV an ordinary share is expected to be between 87.50 cents a share and 92.70c during the period, up from 52c compared to last year.
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South Africa risks becoming a ‘forgotten country,’ RMB CEO warns
South Africa must move quickly to implement the reforms needed to salvage its status as an investment destination.
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Cracks widen in US economy due to Donald Trump trade wars
As resilient as the US is with unemployment at a 50-year low of 3.5 percent and personal income up 15 percent since 2017, cracks are widening.
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Naseem leads fightback as Pakistan host first test in a decade
Sri Lanka started strongly but Pakistan fought back through their four-pronged pace attack
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World Cup winning skipper Kolisi throws support behind Bok Women’s Sevens team
We are not here to make up the numbers, said skipper Zintle Mpupha
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SA U19s committed and confident ahead of World Cup, says Parsons
Parsons will lead a 15-player group in the tournament, which kicks off on 17 January with a match between South Africa and Afghanistan.
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Graeme Smith agrees to be CSA's Director of Cricket for three months
Graeme Smith has signed a three month contract with Cricket South Africa to be its temporary Director of Cricket.
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Eskom has inexperienced leadership, says Matshela Koko
“We did not have excuses, Brian Molefe came in and he never complained about the lack of maintenance, he never blamed the past leadership,” said former Eskom acting CEO Matshela Koko.
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There are no divisions among ANC top six, says Magashule
The ANC top six worked well together and there were no divisions amongst the governing party's top leadership, secretary-general Ace Magashule told journalists on Wednesday.
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Cape teen, 14, questioned about Metrorail arson
A 14-year-old pupil from De Waveren Primary School in Ruyterwacht has been taken in for questioning in connection with arson that destroyed 18 train carriages
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Jailed journalists in Nigeria, Ethiopia show crackdown on free expression - CPJ
The detentions of Nigerian publisher Agba Jalingo and Ethiopian editor Fekadu Mahtemework only tell part of the story of their governments’ crackdowns on freedom of expression, CPJ said.
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