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WATCH: Varsity was not for him, entrepreneurship was his call
When Freddy Mahhumane decided that varsity was not for him, he founded his own IT company, Open-Technik which now has a client base of 1 000 people.
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Huawei's next flagship device the P20 has been leaked
The Huawei P20 is the next flagship phone the company is yet to officially launch. However, leaks suggest this is what the smartphone will look like.
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U.S bans new Venezuela’s national crypto-currency
After being launched to avoid the U.S. financial sanctions, Trump has now banned Americans from buying the Venezuelan Petro.
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Inflation rate at a 3 year low
The SARB bases its interest rate decisions on what inflation is likely to be six to twenty-four months in the future not what it has come out recently at.”
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'Psychology' not important in Formula One - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says his remarkable success in a short pace of time on the Formula One circuit is not down to being stronger mentally than others.
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Firmino not feeling any pressure to match Salah's hot streak
Roberto Firmino says Liverpool's forwards are focused on the club's progress and under no pressure to match Mohamed Salah's goal-scoring exploits.
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Proteas, Australia at full strength as focus shifts back to cricket
With Kagiso Rabada unbanned and Mitchell Marsh and Mitchell Starc overcoming injury, both teams will be at full strength for the pivotal third Test.
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Former Springbok coach Meyer announced as new Stade Francais director
Top 14 strugglers Stade Francais have announced the appointment of former Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer as their sports director from next season.
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Stephen Hawking's ashes to be interred near Newton in Westminster Abbey
Stephen Hawking is to take his place among some of the greatest scientists in history when his ashes are interred inside Westminster Abbey.
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#MabuzaQandA in Parliament somewhat 'confrontational'
South African Deputy President David Mabuza's maiden question-and-answer session in Parliament got off to a rocky start on Tuesday
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Sars welcomes Mark Kingon's appointment as acting commissioner
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) on Tuesday, welcomed the appointment of Mark Kingon as acting commissioner.
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Spy poisoning: Expelled Russian diplomats leave Britain
Twenty three expelled Russian diplomats and their families left London for Moscow on Tuesday as Britain and Russia traded recriminations.
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