Namibia may curb BEE deals in its mining sector
Diamond and uranium producer Namibia may scrap requirements for black ownership in the mining sector.
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Take a look at the new Nelson Mandela's coins
The South African Mint announced the launch of two new limited edition coins which pay tribute to struggle icon and former president, Nelson Mandela.
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Capitec grows by 18% in increased earnings
Capitec executive managers smiled all the way to the bank after the group reported an 18 percent increase in headline earnings for the year to end February.
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Get the latest market update and top stories from our newsrooms across SA, Africa and the world.
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Johannes wants to repay Cape Town City in last three games
Cape Town City captain Robyn Johannes feels indebted to the club and plans to make his final three games memorable before joining Bidvest Wits.
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Klopp praises Liverpool's 'perfect' performance, 'genius' Salah
Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool still have work to do in their Champions League tie against Roma, despite a heavy win in the first leg on Tuesday.
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Chelsea's Courtois launches legal action against former Belgium coach
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and his father Thierry have initiated legal action against former Belgium coach Marc Wilmots.
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Resurgent Strauss will make Springbok comeback on one condition
Former Springbok captain Adriaan Strauss believes the key to his return to form is that he is enjoying the game again after a mental break.
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#SAFTUstrike: Motorists warned of traffic congestion in CBD
As thousands of workers are expected to descend upon the Johannesburg CBD for the Saftu strike, motorists have been warned of traffic congestion.
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Government cautions against violence during #SAFTUstrike
The government has cautioned protesters to conduct themselves in a responsible manner.
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Double tragedy for North West family
A mother was struck by a police rubber bullet as she knelt crying over the body of her teenage son, who had been fatally shot through the head in the North West.
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Zille lets rip on colonialism again
DA has washed its hands off Premier Helen Zille’s views on colonialism, after she continued to tweet about the “positive” effects thereof.
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