Bosch boss warns coronavirus could hit global auto supply chains
The chief executive of Robert Bosch warned that coronavirus could impact its global supply chain, which is heavily dependent on China.
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Microsoft SA launches new computer lab at Afrika Tikkun
Microsoft SA has launched a new computer lab at the Afrika Tikkun Zolile Malindi Centre of Excellence in Cape Town today.
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Nigeria’s biggest city to ban motorbike taxis in boost to Uber
Nigeria’s biggest city has partially banned the use of motorcycle taxis following an escalating number of fatal accidents.
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De Beers diamond sales jump after a terrible year for gems
De Beers sold the most diamonds since April.
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Nadal hails Thiem work after Grand Slam record bid dashed
Rafa Nadal paid the ultimate respect to his Australian Open conqueror Dominic Thiem on Wednesday.
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Giving up Grand Slam obesession helps Zverev to break through barrier
Trying to win a Grand Slam had turned into an obsession for Alexander Zverev.
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Super Rugby under pressure to win back fans
Crowds and viewing figures have steadily tracked downwards in recent years with pundits pointing to a confusing conference system and fewer competitive matches.
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The future is bright for the Sharks
Yesterday, Brent Janse van Rensburg was bedecked in Sharks colours a content man as he spoke to the media.
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Drugs sold at R3 per pill cause children to act like zombies, says pastor
A highly addictive prescription drug which is used to treat panic disorders is now being sold to children in Lavender Hill for R3 a tablet.
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Mob arrested for stoning to death two brothers in Limpopo
Limpopo police have arrested four men and four women in connection with the stoning death of two brothers in an apparent case of mob justice.
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Johnson & Johnson working on vaccine for deadly coronavirus
Johnson & Johnson said it is working on developing a vaccine for the new coronavirus that has already killed more than 100 people in China.
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Independent probe launched after PSC boss hires mistress as ethics official
The PSC has launched an independent investigation into allegations that its director-general appointed the mother of his child as chief director for profession ethics.
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