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Rhodes Food interim operating profit rises 6% to R173m
Rhodes Food on Tuesday reported an improved performance for the six months to March.
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#PICInquiry: Lancaster 101 was nothing more than a one-man show
Lancaster 101, owned by businessman and former trade unionist Jayendra Naidoo approached the Public Investment Commission for R10.4billion.
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WATCH: Rand trades steady overnight
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US eases trade restrictions on Huawei
The US government has temporarily eased trade restrictions imposed last week on China's Huawei, a move aimed at minimising disruption for customers.
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People need to stop acting like Folau got sacked for being Christian
Folau’s religious views became a subject of much controversy last year, when an Instagram follower asked him what God’s plan for homosexuals was.
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Murray plays down his chances of playing singles at Wimbledon
The Scot has not played since his first-round exit from the Australian Open in January, but said last month he was finally pain-free after a hip operation.
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Bulls must maul Brumbies’ forwards
If the Bulls can neutralise the Brumbies’ pack of forwards and their dangerous driving mauls, half the battle will be won in Canberra on Friday.
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A story of fire and ice: Niki Lauda, Formula One legend
On fire in a burning cockpit: Formula One legend Niki Lauda, who died late on Monday at the age of 70, will forever be known for his 1976 accident.
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Red faces as Holocaust era photo passed off as Crimean Tatars deportation
The Ukrainian embassy in the US passed off a photo depicting the deportation of Jews to an extermination camp in Nazi-occupied Poland during the Holocaust era as the deportation of the Crimean Tatars in 1944, the Russian embassy in Washington noted.
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Why the African Union should not go easy on Sudan’s coup leaders
Sudan could become increasingly unstable, with negative spillovers for neighbouring states, says the writer.
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Mom and three children die in Khayelitsha blaze
A mother and her three children died in a fire in Khayelitsha on Tuesday morning, the City of Cape Town reported.
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Indonesia's Joko Widodo re-elected president, rival cries foul
Early results in Indonesia's election showed Joko Widodo was re-elected leader of the world's third-biggest democracy.
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