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SAA brands planes to honour Madiba
In celebration of former president Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, SAA announced yesterday that it had branded three aircrafts within its fleet.
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Civil construction sector is in ‘survival mode’
The civil construction sector was in recession and needed to go into “survival mode”, says David Metelerkamp, senior economist at Industry Insight.
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#ChristoWiese reportedly caught up in R3.9bn tax evasion case
Christo Wiese has reportedly been caught up in a case in which Sars claims that a law firm at which he was an exec helped a company shift assets out of the country to dodge taxes.
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Mourinho hopes Pogba knows why he did well at the World Cup
Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho, couldn’t resist issuing a word of caution to World Cup winning midfielder, Pula Pogba, on Wednesday.
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Norodien and Links bring 'quality and intelligence' to Cape Town City
Cape Town City chairman, John Comitis, believes Riyaad Norodien and Gift Links will add the increased goal threat that was missing last season.
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Klopp won't rule out further spending after Liverpool sign Alisson
Liverpool are on the brink of making Alisson the world's most expensive goalkeeper, but manager Jurgen Klopp says there could be more signings.
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Canadian tournament proves SA's T20 Global League can be a success -Toyana
Former Lions coach, Geoffrey Toyana, has returned from the inaugural Canadian GT20 with several lessons he aims to impliment in South Africa.
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NPA won't prosecute #TomMoyane over alleged assault of son's teen partner
The NPA has confirmed that it will not prosecute suspended Sars commissioner Tom Moyane for allegedly assaulting his son's 17-year-old partner.
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Water supply disruptions in Simon’s Town, Glencairn and Welcome Glen areas
The City of Cape Town has announced that on Thursday there will be water supply disruptions in Simon’s Town, Glencairn, and Welcome Glen areas.
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eNatis back in government hands after long battle
RTMC wrests back control of eNatis system as the Constitutional Court dismisses R30m claim lodged by Tasima.
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WATCH: Muslim girls in hijab kicked out of public pool
When Tahsiyn Ismaa'eel and about 15 children went to a public swimming pool a staff member told her that her children couldn't wear "that cotton" to the pool.
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