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New incentives for key SA industries
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said yesterday that the government was planning to introduce new incentives in key industrial sectors.
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SA banking business reflects tough operating environment
Standard Bank posts ‘unexciting’ earnings performance attributed to tough domestic operating climate after Africa Regions recorded strong growth.
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First time parents: Financial security for children is vital
Life assurance is a topic that is unlikely to attract much attention despite it being a top priority for the large majority of soon-to-be parents.
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Investec asset management buys stake in SA school firm
Investec Asset Management, a subsidiary of Investec, has bought in a firm that runs private colleges in South Africa.
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Garcia makes strong start to Valderrama title defence
Despite lengthy delays due to thunderstorms, Sergio Garcia managed to card a three-under-par 68 for the clubhouse lead
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Mzansi Super League can grow into a massive event as well, says IPL winner Lungi Ngidi
“It’s a very exciting opportunity for a lot of young cricketers, and just looking forward to the tournament.”
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Even a bus has difficulty climbing Soweto Marathon hills
“Soweto clubs are always very supportive of the race, and they will be out in their numbers to ensure that it is a success.”
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Paarl has the buzz, but sad if Free State became a forgotten force in SA cricket
Having one of the country’s traditional centres absent from the Mzansi Super League certainly caught many by surprise, writes Stuart Hess.
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Teacher union rejects selling of booze at school as being 'pro-poor'
Acting chair of the committee on education, Lorraine Botha, referred to the bill as a “pro-poor piece of legislation”, but Sadtu rejected the notion.
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Dog owner faces R500 fine over barking
Brackenfell residents complained that the dog had been barking incessantly for the past year, "fighting this for over a year and 70-plus emails".
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The hypocrisy and lies of Business Day
It is a Shakespearean tragedy that the good reputation of everyone is besmirched by corporate greed, manipulation and fake news, writes Dr Iqbal Survé.
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Renaming Robben Island swim after Theodore Yach opposed
It's inconsiderate to indigenous people of the land and there are others much more worthy, says the Khoisan Defiance Campaign and the ANC.
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