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Scandal-hit Weinstein Co. files for bankruptcy
The Weinstein Co. filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday with a buyout offer in hand from a private equity firm.
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Davies wants SABS to devise turnaround plan
Minister Rob Davies has instructed the SA Bureau of Standards urgently to oversee a detailed process to develop a turnaround strategy for the bureau.
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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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OPINION: Proudly SA flies the flag and draws the delegates
Conferences are a little like magazines insofar as there’s one for every business sector, hobby and interest, writes Eustace Mashimbye.
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Swashbuckling Lorch ready to score for Bafana
The Buccaneers forward is confident that his can add even more goals to his impressive tally,especially in the Bafana Bafana jumper.
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#SunfoilSeries: Cobras Prince is wary of 'spoilsport' Lions
Coach Ashwell Prince's Cape Cobras play away from home this weekend against the Highveld Lions who is out of Cup contention.
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City's Benni: This was Sunday-league gangster football
Sunday was an embarrassing day for football on the continent and the fact that the home side was knocked out of the Confed Cup was incidental.
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Treu wants Stormers defence to sharpen their decision-making
The Cape side found out first-hand that defence win matches when they overcame the Blues at home over the weekend.
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Tunisian youths face 'death or prison' if they do not emigrate
Dozens of unemployed youths camp out around phosphate mines in central Tunisia, demanding jobs as part of protests over alleged state neglect.
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Ramaphosa congratulates Putin on 'overwhelming victory'
President Cyril Ramaphosa congratulated his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin following his election victory.
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Law firm coining it from City of Cape Town
Details of the tender awarded to law firm Bowmans to investigate allegations of misconduct within the City have been leaked.
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KZN mortuary workers' go-slow delays burials
A go-slow by mortuary workers in KwaZulu-Natal has led to post mortems being delayed and families having to wait long told funerals for their loved ones.
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