Dubai bank keen on Barclays Africa
Abraaj Group, the private-equity firm that invests across emerging markets, is interested in buying Barclays Group’s African business.
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Brexit, Trump worries push gold
Gold jumps more than 1 percent to its highest in nearly eight weeks, on expectations of a definitive exit from the EU.
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China to further open economy
There are new measures to further open the world's second-largest economy to foreign investment.
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#WEF2017: Still hope, space for established media
Despite the threat of "self-referencing" and fake news, there was still an important space for the established media.
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Djokovic lays down marker at Aussie Open
Six-time champion Novak Djokovic doused big-hitting Fernando Verdasco to win the opening match of his Australian Open title defence.
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'Iron Tulip' Van Gaal to retire
Firebrand manager Louis van Gaal has announced his retirement from professional football after more than three decades, citing "family reasons".
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Aubameyang promises better from hosts Gabon
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has vowed that Gabon will put a poor start to their Africa Cup of Nations behind them and beat Burkina Faso on Wednesday.
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Cobras' Mgijima looking to step out of the shadows
Aviwe Mgijima has praised the new Cape Cobras management team for helping him to improve his performances and take a step closer to the national side.
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Lentegeur cop shop video: woman charged
Police have defended a video of a Mitchells Plain police officer manhandling a woman inside a police station which has gone viral on social media.
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Activists challenge the Oliphant in the room
Gender experts take issue with Lumka Oliphant's labelling detractors of Minister Bathabile Dlamini the children of “the whore of the town”.
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Joint funeral for Ntuzuma crash victims
Three of the four children killed in a horror taxi crash on the way to school last week are expected to be buried on Saturday at a joint funeral.
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Train slices disabled man into three
A 49-year-old disabled Cape Town man was cut in three after being hit by a train.
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