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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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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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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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Fleck looking at ways to break the Stomers' barren run in New Zealand
The Cape Town team have not won in the Land of the Long White Cloud for 11 games now.
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Reports: Mick Schumacher set for F1 tests for Ferrari
Internet portals autosport.com and motorsport.com said that Schumacher is to test for Ferrari next week Tuesday.
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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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