SA Banking Association hits out at ' invasion of privacy'
The Banking Association South Africa on Tuesday hit out at reports that some of the country's leading bank executives had been spied upon, saying this practice should be condemned in the strongest terms.
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R25Mill Broad-Based BEE transactions to be registered & reported
Grant Thornton Verification Services on Tuesday indicated that there should soon be more clarity on the extent of transformation brought about by Broad-based black empowerment (B-BBEE) transactions with an ownership element.
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Allan Gray attempt to change the board structure of Group Five
Allan Gray on Monday said it has called a shareholders’ meeting at Group Five to attempt to change the board structure.
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Why the Brazilian President is charged?
The chief prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot on Monday evening charged Brazil’s President, Michel Temer with corruption.
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Formula One's five biggest feuds
Some say Hamilton and Vettel's rivalry is just what F1 needs... more hostility, animosity and dirty tricks.
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Masango's future at SuperSport still uncertain
Mandla Masango's future at SuperSport United will depend on whether Eric Tinkler is keen on having the player in his squad.
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Injuries batter broken Bulls
Will the Bulls have a team to field against the Sharks in their Super Rugby clash on Friday evening in Durban?
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No excuse for senior’s collapse
Dane van Niekerk knows middle-order can ill afford another failure, writes Zaahier Adams.
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Community cooperation needed to fight drug scourge
There needs to be closer cooperation between communities, government and law enforcement to fight drug abuse, said Gauteng's Social Development MEC.
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Joe Slovo hall torched
The City says it will be difficult to secure enough funds to repair the Joe Slovo community hall which was severely damaged during a violent protest on Monday night.
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Gigaba a no show to answer questions on Gupta naturalisation
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba did not pitched up at a parliamentary meeting to answer on the naturalisation of the Gupta family.
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'#Ahmed Timol inquest will cause us to confront sordid history'
An inquest, brought by Ahmed Timol’s family, aims on overturning a ruling that he committed suicide by jumping from the 10th floor of John Vorster Square.
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