WATCH: Samsung's lightest and slimmest tablet is now available in SA
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is the lightest and slimmest in its class that packs smart features that deliver all the essentials of a tablet.
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Barneys New York City Exploring Restructuring, Bankruptcy
Luxury department store Barneys New York Inc. is exploring restructuring options that could include filing for bankruptcy.
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US Women's World Cup's Alex Morgan looks to launch media venture
Alex Morgan, co-captain of the U.S. women’s soccer team that just won its second straight World Cup, is planning to launch her own media venture.
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Russia's Face App attracts more than 100,000 searches in South Africa
The two-year-old Russian made app saw the Internet going crazy as it went viral with users posting their aged likenesses on social media.
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Pinot holds off Alaphilippe in French one-two at Tour de France
Defending champion Geraint Thomas lost contact one kilometre from the finish and crossed the line in eighth place, 36 seconds off the pace.
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Akani Simbine beats Yohan Blake to clinch London Diamond League win
“I’m really happy with the time. I came here to make sure I got the win to build confidence, and I came away with a season’s best,” Simbine said.
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Teen Greenwood rifles home to secure Manchester United win over Inter Milan
The International Champions Cup features 12 teams playing friendly matches in venues in North America, Europe and Asia.
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Cape Town ready to take the 2023 Netball World Cup baton from 2019 hosts Liverpool
South African netball officials have congratulated Liverpool on hosting a successful tournament and said they are ready to take the baton for the next edition.
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ANC 'emboldened' by Ramaphosa's commitment to fight corruption, malfeasance
The ANC is "emboldened" by President Cyril Ramaphosa’s unwavering commitment and determination to fight all forms of corruption and malfeasance.
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Like Msholozi, I can now also reveal the one who ‘piemped’ me
The revelations on Day 1 of former president Jacob Zuma’s appearance at the Zondo Inquiry was disturbing, to say the least.
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Suspected Japan arsonist a reclusive and quarrelsome gamer, says neighbour
The man suspected of killing 34 people in an arson attack in Japan lived alone, where he played video games non-stop and "terrified" his neighbour.
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Higher temperatures in Limpopo could fuel chronic diseases
A 2018 study considers the relationship between temperatures in indoor and outdoor environments in a rural residential setting in the current climate.
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