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Why SA did not sign R35 trillion trade deal
African leaders agreed to form a R35 trillion continental free-trade zone, but its two biggest economies, Nigeria and South Africa, did not sign up.
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Sirius plans £35m share issue to acquire assets
Sirius Real Estate, the listed operator of branded business parks across Germany, has announced that it planned to raise up to R587.85m.
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Economic up-tick good for Master Drilling
Master Drilling said the up-tick in the global economy and commodity cycle was expected to have a positive impact on its business in the future.
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Five million jobs will be lost to AI by 2020 - WEF
WEF predicts that 5m jobs will be lost by 2020 as the 4th Industrial Revolution continues to transform labour markets writes Matthew Kibby.
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Besides a 'Come on, Starccie', Aussies should just shut up
Why is it that that the only time umpires need to step in between players is when the Australians are on the field?
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Another twist in Safa saga as elections postponed
Safa presidential challenger Ncobo refuses to call the postponement of Jordaan's anticipated re-election a victory.
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Mapoe: Jaguares at home not to be taken lightly
The Lions haven't won in Buenos Aires the last two times they have visited, hoping this time it's third time lucky.
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Aussie skipper Smith says his team will not bait fiery Rabada
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis admitted his team might also use the tactic to lure David Warner into committing an offence.
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WATCH: SA needs consultation before signing #AfCFTA, says Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that his government needed more time to consult relevant stakeholders about the continental free trade area treaty before signing it.
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Police net 'death-trap' Joburg minibus taxis
More than 100 unroadworthy minibus taxis, as well as 11 stolen ones, impounded by Joburg metro cops since 1 March.
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WATCH: Rights groups unite to fight for overdue justice in Cape Town
Social justice organisations took to the streets on Human Rights Day to demand that bold steps be taken to advance the rights of Cape residents.
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City of Cape Town faces credit rating downgrade
A credit downgrade looms as the water crisis slices through its funds, prompting the City to increase borrowing for the first time in four years.
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