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Nigeria's NNPC plans to revamp refineries to cut fuel imports
Nigeria has 445,000 bpd of refining capacity across four separate facilities which operate well below capacity due to mismanagement.
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Naspers to list international internet assets on Euronext Amsterdam
Naspers announced its intention to list a new global consumer internet group comprising its international internet assets on Euronext Amsterdam.
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#Loadshedding: Five ways to keep your mobile device charged
Cell C gives users some simple tips to ensure that your devices are always charged. See these tips here.
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Rothschild appoints Kingston as new executive chairman of the board
Rothschild & Co has announced that Martin Kingston will assume the role of Executive Chairman, with effect from 1 April 2019.
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Tanzania president gifts football team with land after AFCON qualification
On Sunday Tanzania thumped east African rivals Uganda 3-0 to reach the finals for the first time in 39 years.
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Hendricks and Phehlukwayo up to career-high positions in T20 rankings
Hendricks has advanced 26 slots to 15th position after scoring 139 runs in the series, including two half-centuries, while Phehlukwayo has moved up 14.
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Neymar PSG extension more likely than Madrid switch - father
Neymar's agent and father poured cold water over speculation the world's most expensive footballer was mulling a transfer
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Racing for the future: Formula One faces radical changes
Formula One must reinvent itself to remain relevant in the future amid concerns ranging from big spending to the environment.
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Icasa appoints Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng as acting board chairperson
The council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has appointed Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng as acting chairperson.
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Pick n Pay donates thousands in food aid for Cyclone Idai relief
Pick n Pay Group has committed to donate food worth R200 000 to aid millions of people who have been affected by Cyclone Idai.
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Truck drivers blocking N3 are sabotaging economy - Nzimande
The minister of transport, Blade Nzimande, condemned the blockade on the N3 highway between Pietermaritzburg and Durban by truck drivers.
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Higher education committee welcomes move to settle historic student debt
Parliament's portfolio committee on higher education welcomed the announcement by minister Naledi Pandor, to write-off close to a billion rand in historic student debt.
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