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South Africa's rand firmer on release of new power plan
South Africa’s rand inched firmer early on Friday, clinging on to the strong gains it made in the previous session.
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Burundi authorities crack down on foreign currency black market
The Burundi authorities are cracking down on the foreign currency black market.
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Zero interest rates for money on call?
The unemployment rate increased by 1.4 percentage points from 27.6 percent in the first quarter of 2019 to 29 percent in the second quarter of the year.
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Catalan protesters are told to avoid iPhone, stick to Android
Android users are made to download the app through a link.
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French duo Dupont and Penaud fit to face Wales
Key French backs Antoine Dupont and Damian Penaud have been passed fit to play in the World Cup quarter-final against Wales and were included.
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Tiger targeting Tokyo Olympics
Golfing great Tiger Woods is targeting the Tokyo Olympics as he seeks to add another glittering chapter to his storied career.
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The mullet stays because it makes me faster, says NZ's Goodhue
Jack Goodhue says his much-maligned mullet is staying, no matter how many times his All Blacks team mates, coaches or the media tell him it is out of fashion.
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Both Soweto giants are hungry for TKO success
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are looking to secure some silverware ahead of the Telkom Knockout competition.
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PICS: Three die in KwaDukuza crash after motorist drives contraflow on N2
IPSS Medical Rescue spokesperson Paul Herbst said eyewitnesses saw three vehicles driving contraflow to traffic.
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ANC will not tolerate laziness, warns Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed that the ANC nationally would adopt KwaZulu-Natal's practice of removing non-performing deployees from the government.
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Eskom scraps plan to downscale loadshedding: Stage 2 kicks in
Eskom said it would effect a third day of rotational powercuts, saying it had lost supply from some generating units due to coal and ash handling issues.
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Sudan peace talks suspended
Sudan’s long-anticipated peace talks have been suspended so that outstanding issues could be resolved, according to the Sudan Revolutionary Front.
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