ANC suggests pension funds take some Eskom assets
The Economic Transformation Committee of the ANC suggested that pension funds take over some of the assets of Eskom.
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Zimbabwe gold mines lure investor despite economic ruin
Zimbabwe’s biggest gold mines are being snapped up by Mauritius-based Sotic International Ltd. as the price of bullion soars.
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India’s wealthiest tycoon Mukesh Ambani now richer than Warren Buffett
The chairman of Reliance Industries is now worth $68.3 billion, surpassing Buffett’s $67.9 billion as of Thursday, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
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Goldman Sachs-backed payments startup Marqeta prepares for IPO
Marqeta, the US payment card issuing start-up whose investors include Goldman Sachs Group, is seeking to hire investment banks.
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Liverpool skipper Henderson ruled out for season, says Klopp
Midfielder Jordan Henderson sustained a knee injury in their midweek win at Brighton & Hove Albion.
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'Fight to Fame' to honour Madiba's legacy
The 'Fight to Fame' which celebrates the legacy of Nelson Mandela will be aired on Saturday, July 18, 2020.
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Europa League quarter-final and semi-final draw
The draw for the Europa League quarter-finals and semi-finals was held at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon.
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Rebels, Reds all square after 'Super Time' fails to find a winner
The Melbourne Rebels and Queensland Reds drew 18-18 in a scrappy Super Rugby AU contest.
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'Desperate' restaurants forced to ignore alcohol ban just to survive
The Restaurant Association of South Africa (Rasa) has warned that some restaurants had resorted to serving alcohol in defiance of the regulations.
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'Anti-social behaviour' could ruin your chances of renting a home from the City of Cape Town
People with a record of “anti-social behaviour” could soon be disqualified from City of Cape Town-owned housing opportunities, if proposed amendments to the City’s 2015 Allocation Policy for Housing Opportunities are passed.
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Traffic jams for 20km as Australian state border reopens
Australia's third-most-populous state of Queensland opened its internal border after a 15-week lockdown on Friday, with travellers stuck for hours in long traffic jams at checkpoints.
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Covid-19 will have lasting implications for children's mental and physical wellbeing
Children may not be among those who are flagged as high risk in the Covid-19 pandemic, but they will still bear a considerable burden of trauma and economic fallout during and post Covid-19.
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