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Uganda to export medical marijuana
Uganda has secured contracts to export medical marijuana products to Canada and Germany worth more than R2 billion.
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Robot taxis next year - just another bold Tesla promise?
Tesla chief Elon Musk is now promising that taxis with no human drivers would be available in some US markets next year.
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Better deal for Shoprite shareholders
Tripartite agreement advances bid to align group with international best corporate practices momentum
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#PICInquiry: I never held private corporate interests or positions while I was PIC chair – Moleketi
He is currently a non-executive director of HFM and HGP, as well as a non-executive director of Lebashe Investment Group.
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SA Rugby, franchises rotting from the head down as countdown to Rugby World Cup continues
Upheavals at SA Rugby headquarters and at regional franchises threaten to scupper the Springboks' chances at the 2019 RWC
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Gary Kirsten still spreading the gospel of cricket and changing lives
Far away from the international cricket scene, in Khayelitsha, Gary Kirsten is working towards changing the lives of kids through cricket
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Man City's Sterling wants harsher punishment to tackle racism
Raheem Sterling asked for soccer authorities to adopt radical changes to tackle racism in the game
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Coaching merry-go-round as Middendorp, Komphela prepare to face former teams
Kaizer Chiefs host Golden Arrows in an Absa Premiership clash at the FNB Stadium tonight
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This is what makes South Africans so special
Time magazine has recognised three influential South Africans who, in a great exemplary way, show what we are capable of as a nation.
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LOOK: Boy, 10, feared dead as Umlazi houses collapse in #DurbanFloods
Members of an Umlazi community, along with rescue services, were hard at work digging and searching for the body of a 10-year-old who was trapped.
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WATCH: Flood wreaks havoc in Chatsworth
So far 23 people have lost their lives, the City confirmed on Tuesday morning.
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Blind SA blames lack of books for the blind on delay in passing copyrights bill
Visually impaired people in South Africa are being deprived access to millions of publications due to delays in approving the Copyright Amendment Bill, Blind SA said.
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