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World Bank has a $13bn capital increase
“It’s a huge vote of confidence, but the expectations are enormous.”
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OPINION: Making sense of shifts and swings
Financial market activity is often dominated by particular themes or narratives writes Dave Mohr and Izak Odendaal.
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OPINION: Global financial markets remain volatile
Sound economic fundamentals globally and domestically continue to recover during the first part of last week, writes Dr Chris Harmse.
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AYO Technology Solutions Limited - voluntary announcement
"AYO Technology Solutions Limited has noted with dismay and serious concern, the media articles that have been published about our company."
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Boost for Allardyce as Walcott scores winner for Everton
Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright apologised for a gaffe that added to the perception Allardyce is on borrowed time with Everton.
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Calitz, Rukadza favourites for AfricanX Trailrun at Boschendal
Several of SA’s elite trail runners will be in action at the 10th annual AfricanX Trailrun at Boschendal Wine Estate this weekend
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Spurs boss: I may play kids in FA Cup next season
Pochettino may field Tottenham’s promising academy stars in next year’s FA Cup
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National Aquatic Championships take to the pool in Port Elizabeth
The swimming championships kicked off on Monday with three swimmers posting Youth Olympic Games qualifying times
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'Gentle' Canadian tourist accused of killing shaman lynched in Peru
Peruvian authorities say a mob of locals lynched a 36-year-old Canadian man before burying him in a makeshift grave.
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Suspect arrested after deadly #WaffleHouse shooting
The suspect in a quadruple homicide at a Nashville Waffle House has been taken into custody, police said.
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Jailed Egyptian photojournalist wins UN press freedom prize
The United Nations' cultural agency ignored warnings from Egypt and awarded the World Press Freedom Prize to an imprisoned Egyptian photographer.
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Hundreds set to strike over salaries at Choppies supermarkets
About 2000 Fawu members will go on strike at Choppies supermarkets in five provinces, the union said.
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