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Here's what you need to know about the #SABCboard members
The presidency has announced the newly appointed SABC board members. Take a look at their educational background and expertise.
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OPINION: We must win the war on poverty
Dr Thami Mazwai, special adviser to the Minister of Small Business Development writes about how BEE is undermined.
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WATCH: Edcon's new ''thank U" programme hopes to bring back customers
Retailing group Edcon has revived their ''thank U" programme by partnering with Engen, but will they get new customers with the new offers?
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Implats to put $30m into new project
Impala Platinum said that it would pay $30m (R398m) for a 15% interest in a platinum project in the northern Waterberg region.
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Mitchell's Bulls thinking beyond the #CurrieCup
Blue Bulls coach coach John Mitchell says winning the Currie Cup should be the by-product improvement, and not the goal, for his developing team.
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SuperSport expect much of Tinkler after cup final triumph
SuperSport United bosses have huge expectations of coach Eric Tinkler after the former Bafana Bafana midfielder's excellent start.
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Kyrie Irving set for return to 'rowdy' Cleveland
Kyrie Irving expects the crowd to get "rowdy" when he makes his Boston Celtics debut against his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, on Tuesday.
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Sundowns goalkeeper Onyango looking forward to more challenges
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango says the team must redouble its efforts and move on from their Champions League disappointment.
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Cape Town mayor is anti-white, says ex-DA member
Carin Brynard has slammed Patricia de Lille’s 'dictatorial style' after defection, and has accused the mayor of being anti-white.
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#SABCBoard: 'New chairperson, deputy are close Zuma allies'
The DA said it "noted with concern" that the newly-appointed SABC board chairperson and his deputy were President Jacob Zuma's close allies.
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Somalia pleads for blood donations after Mogadishu bombing
Somalia is in desperate need for donated blood to treat survivors of a truck bombing in Mogadishu that killed more than 300 people, a minister said.
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#CabinetReshuffle all about consolidating Zuma’s power, says Vavi
President Jacob Zuma's cabinet reshuffle was a self-serving bid with no consideration for the good of the country, Zwelinzima Vavi has said.
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