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A stronger rand is bad news for SA mining
The struggling mining industry, which shed 70000 jobs since 2012, faces the threat of further retrenchments as the rand firms against the dollar.
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OPINION: Surviving an eventual crypto bubble
Mariam Nishanian from Dentacoin writes about buying cryptocurrencies is now more likely to end up losing their money than making a fortune.
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New Eskom board brings confidence
The appointment of a new board of directors for power utility Eskom would go a long way towards rebuilding confidence in the leadership in SA.
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Ramaphosa leads SA delegation headed for WEF
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and his delegation will participate at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos from January 23 to 26.
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It was a great match for Elina
The 23-year-old fourth seed is one of four players who could leave Melbourne Park as world number one.
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Holland, Richardson in Australia's tour squad to South Africa
Australia named five pace bowlers for the tour of South Africa next month.
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Pochettino: It is two points Spurs will miss at the end of the season
“We needed to move the ball quicker and create more, we made a lot of mistakes. It is impossible to win the game when you make these mistakes.”
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VIDEO: Javi Gracia the new boss of Watford
Ex-Villarreal midfielder Gracia impressed as a coach when leading Almeria to promotion to Spain’s La Liga in 2013.
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Ramaphosa leads SA delegation headed for WEF
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and his delegation will participate at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos from January 23 to 26.
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LOOK: Joint effort helps save stranded dolphin at Cape St Francis
The NSRI, nature conservation organisations, and members of the public all pitched in to help rescue a dolphin stranded on rocks at Cape St Francis.
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Mnangagwa tells of Mugabe's bid to rehire him and Grace's 'instability'
Zimbabwe’s new president has hinted that Robert Mugabe may not have been in full possession of his faculties when he fired him from his post as vice president.
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Does your dog it his own poop? He may just be copying his ancestors
Veterinary researchers at the University of California at Davis believe that it may be linked to their wolf ancestors who also ate their own faeces.
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