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Tongaat, KLL still in deadlock over sale
Tongaat Hulett and Barloworld subsidiary, the KLL Group, continue to be in deadlock over the sale of the starch business.
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OPINION: What's in store for real estate
The real estate industry will no doubt look very different by the end of this year to the way it looked before the Covid-19 pandemic
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Goldman Sachs executive's email making plea for racial equality goes viral at firm
An email by a Goldman Sachs Group employee about his experiences of racial injustice and criticizing managers went viral at the firm this week.
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Eastplats remains wary despite rise in revenue
Eastern Platinum reported a 163 percent increase in revenue for the March quarter, despite foreign exchange losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Three Russians' samples test positive for same banned substance - IWF
three-time world weightlifting champion Nadezhda Evstyukhina has tested positive for a banned substance.
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Without diversity, cricket is nothing: ICC
The ICC on Friday said that it stands against racism in the wake of the widespread anti-racism protests in the USA.
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Fatialofa to leave hospital five months after breaking neck
Michael Fatialofa will continue his rehabilitation in Britain before returning to New Zealand by the end of the year.
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Citizens boss Comitis clears the air over McCarthy’s dismissal
John Comitis and Benni McCarthy have not spoken for nearly six months following McCarthy’s departure.
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Powers of Kenya's deputy president curtailed by executive order
Changes in Kenya’s government structure have raised questions about President Uhuru Kenyatta’s agenda and the contentious relationship between Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto.
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Viral video woman all smiles after court throws out lockdown charges
Cecelia Atkins, 38, who had been charged for breaking the lockdown regulations, made headlines when she reported cops at Steenberg police station for hitting her when she tried to report an attempted burglary at her home.
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Malawi will never have credible poll if courts are permitted to intervene, says Mutharika
Malawi will never have a credible election if courts are allowed to intervene and nullify the results, President Peter Mutharika said on Friday.
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60 new deaths and 2 642 new infections brings SA's Covid-19 cases to 43 434
The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa rose by 2 642 to 43 434, in the past 24 hours, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said on Friday.
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