Tale of two shopping malls
Whether Ballito has the market to sustain two major shopping centres in the region will be the test over the next few months.
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Eskom, State Security Agency sign collaborative agreement
Parastal Eskom and the State Security Agency have signed a memorandum of understanding on security vetting, Eskom has confirmed.
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It's becoming a game of chicken for local producers
Retailers who are selling dumped chicken at prices marginally cheaper or at similar prices to that of locally produced birds are putting the health of their consumers at risk.
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Indian entrepreneur languishes in jail
Entrepreneurs around the world pay a price when their ventures fail, from lost fortunes to tarnished reputations.
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Local athletes rewriting the record books
It was the best jump since June 2009, and the strongest indication yet that Manyonga could fulfil his promise that he would become the first man to leap over nine metres.
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Yadav bamboozles, but Smith stands up for Aussies
Smith brought up his 20th Test century in 150 balls to steer Australia past the 200-run mark before edging Ravichandran Ashwin to Rahane in the slip.
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Bafana friendlies like World Cup ‘trials’
“The thinking behind opponents like Guinea-Bissau is that they were a Portuguese colony; they’ve got most of their players plying their trade in the second division in Portugal.”
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Stormers dare not underestimate Sunwolves
“We’ve made it clear that this is a tough place to come and play because of the environment and the conditions and certainly the opposition.”
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Immigration official in court for alleged corruption
An alleged corrupt immigration officer at the Vioolsdrift border post has appeared in the Springbok Magistrate's Court and been released on R2 000 bail.
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Tale of two shopping malls
Whether Ballito has the market to sustain two major shopping centres in the region will be the test over the next few months.
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Family at war over mine riches
After a years-long familial dispute over land and mining rights near Rustenburg, a group of relatives have no closure over who has access to the millions of rand of chrome underneath.
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Dagga plantation found in mealie field
Free State police have uncovered a hidden dagga plantation in Phuthaditjhaba and arrested a man allegedly responsible for the plantation.
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