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Cameroon’s separatist struggle cripples second largest employer
The ongoing separatist struggle in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions for autonomy is effecting employment in these regions.
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SA should take a leaf out of India's SMMEs - SA Consul-General in Mumbai
South African Consul-General in Mumbai, India, Maropene Ramokgopa said that SA should take note of India's businesses.
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#reporatecut: It's a home buyer's market like never before
Experts have welcomed the repo rate cut, saying this makes it a good time for would-be home buyers to take the leap.
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AB InBev agrees to sell Australian business to pay down debt
The world's largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev said on Friday it had agreed to divest its Australian subsidiary Carlton & United Breweries.
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Duanne Olivier shunned by Cricket SA for awards list
The period in which the players were judged started with last year’s tour to Sri Lanka, and concluded with the World Cup.
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Tiger Woods after missing The Open cut: I just want some time off
“That’s one of the hardest things to accept as an older athlete, is that you’re not going to be as consistent as you were at 23. Things are different.”
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Wout van Aert crashes out of Tour de France
Van Aert, 24, had won the 10th stage of the race.
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Cheika says Banks brings something different to Folau as Wallabies fullback
“It’ll be good having Will come on later, and Kurtley, too; that’s pretty handy.”
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UK church holds Sunday service for hungover worshippers
A church has said it will hold a 4pm service on Sundays to allow members of the congregation to sleep off hangovers.
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Public Protector always driven a negative narrative on Bosasa report - SACP
SACP said the Public Protector's findings on President Cyril Ramaphosa were not surprising because her posture indicated all along that she was destined towards a negative finding.
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Army deployment in Cape Town set to cost over R23m
The deployment of hundreds of troops in Cape Town will cost over R23 million in the next three months.
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Jacob Zuma's stern warning for detractors: Be very careful
Jacob Zuma used his final address after his appearance at the Zondo commission to warn those who continue to antagonise him to "be very careful".
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