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TIMELINE: Tom Moyane and his apparent downfall
South African Revenue Service's suspended commissioner, Tom Moyane had his hands in hot water for the past weeks, pending his suspension.
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Cash crimes spike towards Easter
SA's money economy 'increasingly under attack' as consumers still choose cash as their preferred means of payment with close to 84% of all transactions still conducted in cash.
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Sasfin income down R578 million
JSE-listed Sasfin Holdings reported a 41.81% decline in headline earnings per share (Heps) to 157.95 cents a share for the six months to end December.
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LIVE: David Mabuza to detail SARB IFF strategy
EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu will quiz Mabuza on steps to enable the South African Reserve Bank to fight illicit financial flows and profit sharing
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Arrows shoot a winner on their Spanish tour opener
A brace from second half substitute Nkosikhona Dube ensured that Arrows finished their first match in Spain victorious.
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It is time for the suits to stand up and take responsibility for their decisions
While players, who are always up front and centre, often have to take responsibility for making poor decisions, it is time officials follow suit.
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Bancroft on sledging: Who can hurt someone’s feelings the most ...
Open season on sledging will continue at Newlands; "That’s boys being boys playing cricket" says Aussie opener Cameron Bancroft.
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Player fo the Month Majoro a quick study at Wits
Majoro credits Hunt for igniting the spark that has seen him show glimpses of the Majoro of old who used to lit up the scene at AmaZulu.
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Package bomb bound for Austin explodes at FedEx facility
A package believed to be bound for Austin exploded at a Texas FedEx facility overnight, said law enforcement officials.
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#MiningCharter may be amended but will not be started again - Mantashe
Government would not go back to the drawing board on Mining Charter 3, which sets ambitious targets for black ownership of South Africa's mines.
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Alleged killers of Coligny teen plead not guilty
Two farm workers accused of killing a teenage boy in Coligny over an alleged theft of sunflowers pleaded not guilty to seven charges against them.
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Suspects arrested for murder of Tulbagh farmer
Two suspects were arrested for the murder of 59-year-old farmer, Robin McGregor, who was fatally stabbed during a house robbery on Wolwefontein farm.
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