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'Ramaphosa has started significant process to economic recovery'
The SA Chamber of Mines has commended President Ramaphosa for taking steps to help SA recover from unethical leadership, corruption and state capture.
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Can a waste plant become Copenhagen’s biggest tourism attraction?
For Danes, it’s the crowning jewel in their capital’s push to become the world’s first carbon-neutral city by 2025.
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Electric cars may be cheaper than gas guzzlers in 7 years
Electric cars may be cheaper than their petroleum counterparts by 2025 if the cost of lithium-ion batteries continues to fall.
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MPC and YES will dominate busy data week ahead
There will be a flurry of data releases next week as there will be the normal month-end data releases.
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There's always a team place for some old magic
If you’re unfamiliar with what the 30-mark is, it’s the grave that careers are slaughtered at in local football with the belief that people over the age of 30 are useless.
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WATCH: Australian Cameron Bancroft in ‘ball-tampering’ row at Newlands
Bancroft was seen rubbing the ball vigorously on his pants, before putting his right hand into his pocket and then rubbing the ball with something.
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#SAvAUS Proteas dominate on day 3 against Australia
The focus will once again be on the ICC match referee after the on-field umpires spoke to Cameron Bancroft about alleged ball tampering in the second session.
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Two Oceans, Comrades: can Bosman win both?
The Nedbank Running Club elite runner won’t be going all out to emulate rival Caroline Wostmann.
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Investigators search Cambridge Analytica's London office
Investigators from Britain's data watchdog searched the London offices of the firm at the centre of a Facebook data harvesting storm.
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#HumanRightsDay missing a bit of conscience
The Gauteng government put out more 45 tweets patting itself on the back about Human Rights Day and only 6 about the damning Esidimeni report.
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Sorry isn't good enough any more Mr Shivambu
Politicians need to set an example to the public otherwise we could see more journalists assaulted because of their race or the publication they represent.
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French knickers in a twist over sex doll brothel
It seems there’s a contretemps in Paris over the approval of the country’s first sex doll brothel.
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