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Chinese ride-hailer is set to expand
A unit of Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing has submitted an application to raise R18.84bn through an issuance of asset-backed securities.
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Standard Chartered launches online-only bank in Ivory Coast
Standard Chartered launched its first African online-only bank in Ivory Coast on Friday.
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A new threat to Facebook’s reputation
Facebook faced new calls for regulation from within US Congress and was hit with questions about personal data safeguards.
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African Rainbow Minerals in maiden dividend pay
JSE-listed diversified mining and minerals company African Rainbow Minerals share price rose more than 12% on the JSE on Friday.
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President's resignation could plunge Blue Bulls into financial turmoil
The sudden resignation of Blue Bulls Rugby Union president Gert Wessels could plunder union and Blue Bulls Company into financial ruin.
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Gavin Hunt explains the secret to Bidvest Wits' Premiership turnaround
Bidvest Wits’ coach, Gavin Hunt, says he is "lucky" to have won the ABSA Premiership Coach of the Month award for February.
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Ex-Springboks coach Meyer reportedly set to take charge at Stade Francais
Former Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer has refused to comment on reports that he is set to be appointed as director of rugby at Stade Francais.
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SA's Kevin Anderson climbs to career-high ATP ranking
SA's Kevin Anderson equalled his career-high ranking in the ATP singles rankings on Monday, after his run to the quarter-finals in Indian Wells.
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Mnangagwa names forex looters, threatens to prosecute them
Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday named hundreds of mines, Chinese businesses and individuals who had illegally transferred foreign currency abroad.
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Australian PM raises human rights concerns with Myanmar's Suu Kyi
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he would raise human rights issues with Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi during a meeting in Canberra.
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Bursaries for 2018 still available from leading retailer
If you are enrolled at a tertiary institution but have not been able to obtain a bursary or other financial aid, this could be the solution you need.
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Public transport to grind to a halt in Ekurhuleni on Tuesday
Public transport will grind to a halt in Ekurhuleni on Tuesday as the taxi industry will go on strike over the planned roll-out of the BRT system.
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