Tanzanian gov't to spend $4.3m for oil palm farming
The Tanzanian leader said the money will be spent in developing the crop so that its farmers are on the same level as growers of other cash crops.
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What to expect and where to watch the launch of Samsung's next device
Samsung is set to launch yet another device. See what you can expect.
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CHECK THIS: The rand’s turbulent ride since Gigaba’s Budget
The rand firmed to R11.67 a dollar after Zuma resigned on February 14, 2018 and President Ramaposa delivers the first Sona on February 15, 2018.
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EOH share price in further decline after unsuccessful talks with Microsoft
The Microsoft investigation forms part of EOH’s larger internally-initiated investigation into all public sector contracts over the last five years.
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Ottis Gibson: Proteas want to bat better in first innings
“When you look at what happened in Durban, you have to give them (Sri Lanka) credit,” Gibson said.
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World No 1 Naomi Osaka knocked out of Dubai Championships by Mladenovic
“Beating the number one is always special.”
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Double blow for Cape Town City as Nodada, Putsche ruled out for season
The Citizens are riding high in the Premiership as well, where they are fourth on the log with 30 points in 19 games.
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Halep, Kvitova advance at Dubai Championships
Local favourite Ons Jabeur was forced to retire with the Tunisian trailing Elina Svitolina 7-6 (7/4) 4-0.
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Venezuelan troops to remain at border ahead of aid entry, says minister
Venezuelan troops will remain stationed along the country's borders to prevent territorial violations, the defense minister said.
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LOOK: Vandals desecrate 90 Jewish graves in east France ahead of marches
Vandals have daubed swastikas and anti-Semitic slogans on around 90 graves in a Jewish cemetery in eastern France, local officials said.
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Several people 'buried' in avalanche at Swiss ski station
An avalanche at a ski station in the Swiss Alps buried several people on Tuesday, local police said.
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Chaos in Lenasia after City Power clamps down on illegal connections
Fear, terror and rubber bullets were the order of the day for residents of an informal settlement that are fighting an never-ending battle for basic needs.
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