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OPINION: Start early to develop sustainable entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs are undoubtedly the engine of any country’s economy writes Kizito Okechukwu.
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Rand firms as Trump takes a swipe at US Fed
Trump said he was “not thrilled” with Federal Reserve chairperson Jerome Powell for raising interest rates, clobbering the dollar.
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Speaker approves summons of Steinhoff former execs
Mbete gave a thumbs up for the inquiry of the SCoF into the nature, causes and consequences of the sudden collapse of Steinhoff’s share value.
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Norway wealth fund could stay on if Tesla goes private
Rules that govern Norway will allow a Norwegian wealth fund to stay on as an investor even if the Tesla goes private.
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Serena Williams seeded 17th at US Open, behind Venus
Serena Williams has been seeded 17th at this year's U.S. Open, one place below her sister Venus, tournament organizers said on Tuesday.
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Five things Springboks must fix in Mendoza
The Springboks have arrived in Buenos Aires ahead of Saturday’s return clash against Argentina in Mendoza.
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Italy investigates hardcore Lazio fans who warned women to stay away
Police have launched an investigation after hardcore Lazio fans warned women to stay away from front row seats at the club's stadium in Rome.
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Katsande: It's a matter of time before Kaizer Chiefs start winning
Kaizer Chiefs are yet to win a league game under coach Giovanni Solinas, but midfielder Willard Katsande believes its a matter of time and processes.
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Competition Commission recovers R290m in price-fixing case
The Competition Commission has recovered about R290 million in settlements in the motor industry.
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US imposes heavy sanctions over Russian cyber-related activity
The US imposed sanctions on Russian and Slovakian firms for actions to help another Russian company avoid sanctions over cyber-related activities.
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Public Works' Nxesi calls for review of government spending
Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi has called for review of government spending after parliament grilled his team over half a million worth braai areas.
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National minimum wage bill clears parliamentary passage
The National Minimum Wage Bill was approved by the National Council of Provinces and will now go to President Cyril Ramaphosa to be signed into law.
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