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‘Parasite’ backers gain $100m on film tackling inequality
“Parasite” executive producer Miky Lee became an unlikely star of the 2020 Oscars when she accepted the award for best picture.
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Live-streaming to help business in China's small commodity hub
At present, more than 3,000 merchants at the market have begun selling their commodities through live streaming to customers from around the world.
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The Coronavirus’s effect on tourism will carry into 2021, experts say
The effects of the epidemic on the global tourism industry were accelerating rapidly.
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Minerals Council opposes Eskom's application for additional R27bn in revenue
The Minerals Council of South Africa will give verbal evidence to Nersa in support a submission opposing Eskom’s RCA application for an additional R27.3 billion in revenue.
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Mercedes’ reinvention of the steering wheel banned a day after it broke cover
Not that Lewis Hamilton and his boffins will mind because it won’t be outlawed until 2021 and is expected to give them a title-winning edge this season.
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WATCH: I know Frank’s tactics for the big game, claims Mourinho
Jose Mourinho ramped up the mind games for Tottenham’s clash at Chelsea by suggesting he knows Frank Lampard’s tactics for today’s Premier League match.
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Tokyo postpones training for Olympics volunteers over virus fears
Organisers for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics have postponed training for volunteers because of the spread of the coronavirus in Japan.
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Joyous DeChambeau halfway leader at WGC-Mexico Championship
American Bryson DeChambeau was giddy with joy after charging into a one-stroke lead in the second round at the WGC-Mexico Championship.
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Bheki Cele must apologise to Capetonians for 'false statements' - Plato
Police minister Bheki Cele lacked an understanding of the law and had displayed disrespect for residents of Cape Town with his recent negative utterances about law enforcement in the city, mayor Dan Plato said.
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Eskom to suspend load shedding on Saturday afternoon, but more blackouts on Sunday
Eskom will stop load shedding at 5pm on Saturday owing to an improved generation system performance, which has given the state-owned power utility room to provide some relief to customers during the night.
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No funds for 18 640 NSFAS students who can’t be verified by Sassa
Cape Town - The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) revealed nearly 19000 social grant recipient students who applied for bursaries could not be verified by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa).
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We dare not forget, we dare not trivialise the suffering under apartheid
If ever there was a time to pass a law criminalising apartheid denialism, it’s now.
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