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We take a look at the latest business news this morning and top stories from our newsrooms across SA, Africa, and the world.
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Motsepe denies benefiting from IPPs
The appointment of his brother-in-law and Energy Minister Jeff Radebe had been for his energy businesses
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Minister Radebe expected to address Eskom crisis at Africa Energy Indaba
South Africa Energy Minister Jeff Radebe will on Monday open the two-day 11th Africa Energy Indaba.
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Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone concludes R3bn in investment deals
The Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone has concluded investment agreements.
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Dananjaya returns to Sri Lanka squad for ODI series against SA
Sri Lanka bowler Akila Dananjaya’s action has been declared as legal after undergoing remedial work
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Springbok winger Hendricks back for Bulls for Jaguares clash
Hendricks' return to the game continues to inspire and we will feed off the positive energy coming from him for sure, said Bulls coach Pote Human
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Fleck's Stormers promise a better showing against Lions
Hooker Bongi Mbonambi is not the only player to blame for the Stormers' poor showing at Loftus at the weekend
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First day of F1 testing was 'close to perfection', says Vettel
If 2019's first day of testing was anything to go by then things could be looking up for Vettel and Ferrari.
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3 children, woman killed in Michigan shooting
Three children and a woman were found dead of apparent gunshot wounds at a property in Michigan.
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Nigerian lawyer accepts R14m settlement, takes further action against FirstRand
FirstRand Limited has paid about R14 million to a Nigerian lawyer to settle a contractual dispute, but the advocate says he is taking further action.
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LIVE FEED: #StateCaptureInquiry February 19, 2019
The Zondo Commission will hear testimony from National Treasury economist Catherine MacLeod on Tuesday.
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'Joburg bridges have become extremely dangerous within the past year'
Joburg bridges are crumbling under the wheels of motorists - literally - with only 6% of the city’s bridges in good condition.
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