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LISTEN: The rise of fake news and echo chambers
Not all of the new trends on our planet are for the betterment of humanity; unfortunately today we discuss one of them, fake news.
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SAVCA appoints four new directors
With the appointment of the of the four new board directors have passion for the venture capital and private equity industry.
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Equities: The ‘fade risk’ stage on the doorstep?
Maintain balance between tactical, flexible managers and those with a good record of asset rotation and value preservation.
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R161 million Refilwe Manor Housing Project progresses
The R161 million Refilwe Manor housing project is progressing, says Executive Mayor of Tshwane, Solly Msimanga upon his loco inspection to the site.
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Romelu Lukaku: Let’s move on together
Romelu Lukaku has quickly become a favourite of United fans since his move from Everton, but their vocal praise of the star has angered anti-racism groups.
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Oupa Mohoje back for Cheetahs in #PRO14
Springbok Sevens star Rosco Specman will be making his return to the Cheetahs team after an injury.
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Crushing to see rugby crumbling in the Eastern Cape
The same Kings team that triumphed over the Sharks and the Bulls in Super Rugby is no longer present, with something like only four players remaining.
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Klopp: It sounds like we have no points and are completely the worst team
Liverpool return to Leicester this weekend with injury concerns over defenders Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip.
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World’s largest African museum opens today at Waterfront
It has 6 000 square metres of exhibition space across 80 galleries, with a rooftop sculpture garden, gift shop, restaurant and various reading rooms.
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Pupils quizzed after tyre on track causes train to derail
A female passenger sustained minor injuries when she was struck by a stone flung at the same train shortly before the derailing incident.
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'Banks won't be allowed to do business with both US, North Korea'
U.S. Treasury Secretary said that banks doing business in North Korea would not be allowed to operate in the US under a new sanctions order.
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Gordhan, Jonas meet with KPMG over state capture
Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas have met with KPMG International.
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