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Uber denies report it will test unmanned flying taxis in Kenya
Uber Technologies Inc. denied a Kenyan newspaper report that it plans to introduce unmanned flying taxis in the East African nation.
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SA ready to take over BRICS Business Council chairmanship
Africa is set for a decade of "unbelievable growth and prosperity, says Dr Iqbal Survé, chairman of the SA chapter of the BRICS Business Council.
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Zimbabwe signs $4.2bn Platinum deal With Pouroulis's Karo
Karo Resources, a company linked to mining entrepreneur Loucas Pouroulis, signed a $4.2bn platinum investment deal with the government of Zimbabwe.
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WATCH: Huawei set to shake up the cloud industry
Chinese telecommunication mobile giant, Huawei will launch six cloud services in South Africa, with a key focus on local content.
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Bale hits record-setting hattrick in Giggs' first match as Wales manager
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale score three goals to become Wales'highest scoring player of all time against China on Thursday.
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Australia's Pat Cummings steps on ball, could face disciplinary action
Australia's Pat Cummins could face disciplinary action after stepping on the ball during day on in the third Test against South Africa on Thursday.
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Brazil look to build form in World Cup warm-up against hosts Russia
Brazil face Russia on Friday in their second-last World Cup warm-up game, but they will have to make do without injured superstar Neymar.
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Perenara to be become Hurricanes' 13th centurion against the Highlanders
Halfback TJ Perenara will join the Hurricanes' 100-club on Saturday when he lines up against the Highlanders in their Super Rugby clash in Wellington.
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14 dead, several hurt by car bomb in Mogadishu
At least 14 people were killed and 10 others wounded in a car bomb blast near a hotel in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, officials said.
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'Armed' man shot 20 times by cops was holding an iPhone
Two Sacremento police officers investigating a 911 call each fired 10 shots at Stephan Clark as he stood in his backyard holding his cellphone.
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State's payment of Zuma's legal fees is legal, says Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the deal struck between the state and former president Jacob Zuma regarding the payment of his legal fees was legal.
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Markle expected to follow royal tradition with Welsh gold wedding ring
Prince Harry and his bride-to-be Meghan Markle are expected to follow a nearly 100-year-old royal tradition of using a wedding band of Welsh gold.
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