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Brazilian corruption scandal may give SA some clues
A corruption scandal that led to a political transition and economic reforms was the recipe for a rally in Brazilian assets, and SA is at a similar.
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Moody's says African trade deal could improve region's credit profile
According to World Bank estimates, costs for intra-African trade are the highest among developing regions, and around 50 percent higher than in East Asia.
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How to trade stocks and make money with virtually nothing
Many people wonder how to trade stocks and make money, Co-founders stock trading company and financial institution, House of Stocks, reveal how.
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LISTEN: Nedbank will not retrench any workers as it focuses on a digital forefront
Business Report speaks to Nedbank CEO Mike Brown about the future of Nedbank and their plans around going digital.
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Kante still happy at Chelsea despite PSG links
“This is my second year at Chelsea. After what happened last season, it was a very good one for us because we got to celebrate winning the title.”
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Sharks lose Esterhuizen, but Mtawarira back to face Rebels
Springbok flank Jean-Luc du Preez returns to the Sharks starting line-up for the clash against the Rebels on Friday.
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Ngidi worry for #Proteas, Bavuma comes into reckoning at Newlands
“I think as a bowler you have to look at the different individual. Dale (Steyn) is probably on the side of being a little bit more cautious.”
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Smith: Rabada bumped me a little bit harder than it actually looked
Steve Smith said it was “interesting” he had not been asked for his version of events in his altercation with Kagiso Rabada.
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#HumanRightsDay: Never forget the sacrifices the people of Sharpeville made
The suffering of the people of Sharpeville under the brutal apartheid regime awakened the warriors within them.
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Controversial sex doll 'brothel' in Paris faces calls for closure
The plastic dolls on offer in the most controversial "brothel" in Paris have led to accusations that they could encourage rape.
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eThekwini to do more about hostel killings
Vanessa Burger, an independent human rights activist said 106 people have been killed since March 2014, 83 of which were killed inside or near Glebelands hostel.
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WATCH: Mabuza calls for the renewal of public service on #HumanRightsDay
Deputy President David Mabuza used his Human Rights Day address to call for the renewal of public service to better address the growing demands of communities.
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