Botswana, Gaborone

Mocambique, Maputo

Zambia, Lusaka

Zambia, Lusaka

Gauteng, Boksburg, Boksburg North

Zimbabwe, Harare

Gauteng, Edenvale, Eastleigh

Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth, Central

Kwazulu-Natal, Umhlanga, La Lucia

Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth, Weybridge Park

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The SARB left its benchmark repo rate unchanged at 7%, a sixth time in a row due to positive growth outlook in advanced economies.
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Pizza delivery by drone?
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Eskom board probes allegations of impropriety
Eskom's board probes allegations that acting chief executive Matshela Koko’s stepdaughter has a shareholding in Impulse International.
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Sygnia to buy db X-trackers for R325
Sygnia signs an agreement to purchase db X-trackers from Deutsche Group Holdings for R325 million.
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Fleck rings the changes for Cheetahs match
Stormers coach Robbie Fleck has made a number of changes to his starting line-up to face the Cheetahs at Newlands
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Sharks need the big 21-year-old engine at Ellis Park
Youngsters in the Sharks team are nothing new, but when you realise that Jean-Luc du Preez is only 21-years-old, it still surprises.
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ICC chief puts positive spin to Olympic slot
The time is right for cricket to bid to become an Olympic sport with the 2024 Games being eyed as a strong possibility, ICC boss David Richardson said
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SASCOC joins mourning of Kathrada’s passing
The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee has paid tribute to the anti-apartheid and human rights activist, Ahmed Kathrada.
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DA in another attempt at vote of no confidence in Zuma
The DA said it will table a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma after confirmation by the SACP that he wants to fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
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Why SA's courts cannot rein in a delinquent government
The social grant saga shows how South African courts are doomed to fail to protect the public from its government, writes Colleen Powell.
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Former prosecutor facing sex charges in dock
A former prosecutor facing charges of sexual assault and possession of child pornography wishes to appoint a privately-funded lawyer, a court has heard.
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'Restitution without compensation won't lead to land grabs'
President Jacob Zuma said land restitution without compensation would not end in land grabs, but would restore dignity to poor South Africans.
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