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MPC and YES will dominate busy data week ahead
There will be a flurry of data releases next week as there will be the normal month-end data releases.
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An economic review of the past week
This week started on a good note as far as newsworthy events were concerned.
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Smugglers cheer as Nigeria tries to keep foreign rice at bay
At Nigeria’s normally manic border post of Seme, Lasisi Fanu says business has all but ground to a halt.
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Sassa lashed over R316m CPS payout
Sassa received a severe tongue lashing from Judge Moroa Tsoka for paying R316 million to CPS for the registration of social grant beneficiaries.
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Lewis Hamilton grabs pole position at Australian Grand Prix
“I’m always striving for perfection, and that was as close as I could get.”
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Plays of Day 2 at Newlands – Rabada lands the KO punch
A Cricket South Africa media release was quoted as saying Philander suffered “whiplash” during the fall.
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Look: Triathlete Mhlengi Gwala takes a stand after horror saw attack
South African triathlete star set to be discharged from hospital next week after horror saw attack in Durban.
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WATCH: Damian McKenzie stars at flyhalf for Chiefs in Tokyo
“Definitely some components of our defence were pretty good. We’ll keep working on that because we play the Highlanders on Friday.”
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Farewell to Sudan as another key species fades into extinction
Sudan's death signalled more than the end of a gentle, much-loved creature. It was the final signature on the death warrant of an entire species.
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Vicki Momberg could be first in SA to be jailed for using k-word
A Randburg magistrate must make a potentially precedent-setting decision on whether to jail the estate agent for using the k-word to insult cops.
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Battle of the braids rages in Gauteng court
Synthetic hair maker Subinite Ltd has taken rival Forui International Ltd to court because it fears consumers may be confused by the similar packaging
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Sand storm forces Vaal family out of R14m river mansion
Since a new sand mine opened on the banks of the Vaal river the Hanekom family has had little choice but to abandon its palatial R14 million estate
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