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Meet Mike Greeff, the man behind Greeff Properties
As a young entrepreneur famished for work, Greeff quickly made a name for himself in Constantia which ended up seeing sales reach R12bn in 2017.
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Edu-tech entrepreneurs on a mission to help 100 000 SA learners
2 Edu-Tech entrepreneurs are on a mission to help 100 000 learners across SA access tertiary education through their online career research company.
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DA plans march against VAT increase
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said his party would march to the National Treasury to oppose the one percent increase in VAT announced in the Budget.
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DA launches petition to protest VAT increase
The DA's budget plan had spelled out the options for spending cuts and selling off certain entities that would free up R112 billion
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Woods says 69 gives him a shot at Honda Classic
Woods, seven shots back on even par 210, insisted he wasn't out of the running on the demanding course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
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Pitso: No one better than Percy
Pitso Mosimane says as far as he is concerned, it is a foregone conclusion that striker Percy Tau is this season’s Footballer of the Year.
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Suarez hat-trick keeps Barca ahead in La Liga
Luis Suarez hit a hat-trick and Philippe Coutinho scored a brilliant first league goal for Barcelona as the La Liga leaders thrashed Girona 6-1.
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IOC votes to keep Russia doping ban for #WinterOlympic closing ceremony
Russian athletes will not be able to march behind their flag at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics closing ceremony on Sunday.
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Land claim dilemma for Indians
COPE MP Terror Lekota said the ANC’s call for land redistribution without compensation was unconstitutional and contravened the Bill of Rights.
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Durban rock-throwing suspect to appear in court
When he appeared in court on Monday, he had bruises on his face and an open wound on his head.
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SAPS warns of bogus bank officials as credit card scams on the rise
Free State police have warned people to beware of scamsters purporting to be bank officials asking for their credit card details over the phone.
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SA gospel singer falls to death in Czech Republic
The Zululand Gospel choir member went to Europe with his group two years ago to pursue a music career.
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