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Biodegradable products open new market
Environmentally friendly substrates offer growers multiple benefits
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OPINION: Hold the Vision. Trust the Process.
When a leader has a vision, they have the ability to see today as it is and calculate a future that grows and improves writes GD Kali.
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Be an eco-preneur and reap benefits of attracting more investors
Businesses with well-rounded sustainability strategies are more attractive to investors and funders, according to a recent study.
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Amcu's attempt to halt merger between Sibanye-Stillwater and Lonmin fails
Amcu's legal bid to prevent the R5 billion merger between diversified mining house Sibanye-Stillwater and platinum producer Lonmin failed.
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Pliskova sweeps past Konta to win Italian Open
Czech fourth seed Karolina Pliskova swept past Britain's Johanna Konta 6-3, 6-4 to win the WTA Italian Open on Sunday.
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Tiger facing up to the new reality
For Tiger Woods, the new reality was reflected in the resigned look on his face and the words he spoke.
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Comrades advice: Stay in your own lane
It is tapering time. Stop doing long runs. Focus on speed work. Get to know what works for you, from nutrition to attire.
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Bale bows out on bench as Madrid blow season finale
Real Madrid delivered a suitably dreadful end to their miserable season, and Gareth Bale was not even given the chance to say a likely goodbye.
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ANCYL wants 20% youth representation in Ramaphosa's new Cabinet
The ANCYL, including its president Collen Maine, said it wants Ramaphosa to include a substantial number of young people when he appoints his Cabinet.
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Nkoana-Mashabane regrets the delays in restitution
Minister for Rural Development and Land Affairs Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has conceded that government does not have a concrete plan for the redevelopment of District Six.
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Five things to know as Zuma stay of prosecution case begins this week
Former President Jacob Zuma’s bid to halt his prosecution for alleged corruption emanating from the arms acquisition of the early 90s begins on Monday.
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eThekwini's uncollected rubbish causes huge irritation for residents
Residents are angry that refuse has still not been collected from their properties after a strike by municipal workers in the last two weeks.
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