Most industries in the country are discriminating against women
According to Stats SA, women are much more unemployed compared to their counterparts, men.
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Toyota fetches new way to use AI, self-drive tech in Tokyo Games
For the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Toyota is upping the game with a hi-tech way to fetch javelins and hammers: pint-sized, self-driving A.I. robot cars.
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Hyundai Motor lays out US recovery plan, places hope on new SUV models
Hyundai laid out its US sales turnaround plan with an expanded line-up of SVUs, after posting its biggest quarterly profit jump in seven years.
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SA private family capital fund invests in a Lesotho-based healthy food company
One Thousand & One Voices® has announced its growth capital investment in The Rosehip Company, an export-focused healthy food company.
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Herschel Jantjies leads the way for black Boks’ World Cup bid
There can now be no doubt that the 50 percent transformation target is definitely achievable in terms of the World Cup squad, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
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Caf executive member to challenge Fifa’s Africa plan in court
Caf are in crisis following corruption allegations against president Ahmad Ahmad, which he has denied.
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All Blacks not into revenge against Springboks, says Steve Hansen
“In the big scheme, it gives everyone to have a wee look at each other and feel each other out, but I don’t think it’s going to affect the World Cup, no.”
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Highlands Park star Mahlangu wants Lions of the North to roar with a trophy
“We saved the status of the team and we made the top eight, so those were achievements for me as a player.”
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Do our conversations matter?
"Our togetherness is still defined, fundamentally, by our communications with each other. So, for the next five years or so, what shall we speak about most?"
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Cash heist robbers arrested in Mamelodi, police seize cash and firearms
Swift intervention by police on Monday led to the arrest of three men who robbed two security guards of money boxes at a shopping mall in Mamelodi, east of Pretoria.
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Explainer: This is why Metrorail workers will go on strike this week
PRASA employees — or at least some of them — will hold a one-day strike on Friday. UNTU will hold marches in several cities “to fix our trains”.
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KZN Health withdraws tender after leak of potential contractor list
KwaZulu-Natal's health department has withdrawn a tender for security, cleaning and landscaping following the leak of a potential contractor list, it said.
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