Opposition welcomes ruling on nuclear plant expansion
The Western Cape High Court ruling that effectively called to a halt government's controversial nuclear power expansion programme has been welcomed by activists.
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Citibank agrees to testify against other banks
The Competition Commission has welcomed the Tribunal's decision to confirm its settlement of almost R70-million agreement with Citibank in relation to its involvement in a forex trading cartel.
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SAA cabin crew to return to work
South African Cabin Crew Association said they would return to work following the Labour court putting an end to the cabin crew strike.
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International banks to move jobs to Frankfurt
International banks are getting serious about moving staff to Frankfurt after last year’s Brexit vote.
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Bucs to take fizz out of Baroka
Rock-solid Gcaba makes a compelling case for the defence ahead of tricky tie, writes Mohau Ramashidja.
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Highlanders prepare for strong Stormers challenge
Assistant coach of the Highlanders, Mark Hammett, is aware of the challenging task his team face in their Super Rugby encounter against the Stormers.
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Arrows ready for tough Sundowns battle
Playing Mamelodi Sundowns in the cup and facing them in the league are different propositions, writes Kamlesh Gosai.
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Mourinho shuns Ibrahimovic talk, says Pogba out
Jose Mourinho refused to discuss Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Manchester United future in the wake of the Swedish striker's season-ending knee ligament injury.
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Mineworker dies after incident at Amplats' Tumela Mine
The world's largest platinum producer said the incident occurred on April 8, but the employee succumbed to his injuries on Friday last week.
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Mbalula's Zim soldiers remarks spark diplomatic row
The Zimbabwean Ambassador to SA has visited the department of international relations to register "unhappiness" over Police Minister Fikile Mbalula's remarks.
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South Sudanese banks run out of cash as conflict rages
Banks in war-ravaged South Sudan have run out of cash and the crunch is exacerbating hunger and widespread famine, the deputy finance minister said.
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Complexity delaying Zuma case, admits NPA
“If you sit with complex documents, there will be delays, as you have to be thorough with analysis and interpretation of them,” said the NPA's Luvuyo Mfaka.
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