Pork industry may lose R1 billion - FNB economist
South Africa's pork industry and its value chain could suffer losses of up to R1 billion as the price of the meat continues to decline.
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World bank lists top countries to invest in
Asian countries like Singapore are the nations that investors should be looking to invest in.
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Minimum wage bill delayed for 2 months
The introduction of a national minimum wage of R20 an hour in South Africa could be delayed by up to two months.
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Sarb urges harmonisation in fintech
Sarb said it expects the National Credit Regulator and the Competition Commission to join Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group (IFWG).
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Van Dijk: No need to panic about Liverpool defence against Roma
Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk says defensive errors against West Brom are not a concern ahead of Tuesday's Champions League semi-final against Roma.
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WATCH LIVE: PSL chairman Irvin Khoza on stadium violence
Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela resigned with immediate effect at the post-match press conference on Saturday night.
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Kaizer Chiefs' conqueror Luc Eymael has seen violence 'ten times worse'
Free Stars Stars coach Luc Eymael has seen crowd violence that was "ten times worse" than Saturday's riots at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
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Wenger stayed true to himself even in tough periods of Arsenal tenure
Arsene Wenger's on-field success may have gradually diminished, but the departing Arsenal boss stuck to principles throughout his 20-year reign.
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Government pleads for speedy solution to national bus strike
The South African government urged stakeholders in the bus industry to resolve the wage negotiations impasse as a strike continued.
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Cape Town braces for heavy rain, possible flooding
Disaster Management officials in Cape Town are on standby for a cold front expected to bring heavy rain and possible flooding.
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Cape Town officials impound 57 Uber cabs
The operations followed complaints from the metered taxi industry about Uber drivers in recent weeks.
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Thousands protest against new election laws in Madagascar
Thousands marched in Madagascar's capital on Monday to protest against new electoral laws and the death of a person.
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