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Iqbal Survé's Sekunjalo will not be deterred from investing in the media
Sekunjalo Investment Holdings would like to inform media corporations operating in South Africa that it will not be deterred from investing in media outlets South Africa.
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Valentine’s Day is not as good for restaurants as you’d think
It can be notoriously impossible to book a restaurant for Valentine’s Day.
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The first Airbus A380 Super-Jumbo to be sent for recycling
The first Airbus SE A380 super-jumbo to enter commercial service is returning to the skies in an altogether more diminutive form: luggage tags.
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Polish billionaire splashes $74.7m on London home
Polish billionaire Dominika Kulczyk bought a house near Harrods department store in London for £57.5m ($74.7 million).
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AS IT HAPPENED: Fury beats Wilder to reclaim heavyweight title
Tyson Fury is a heavyweight champion once again, dominating Deontay Wilder in their title rematch in Las Vegas.
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Jesus saves Manchester City at Leicester City
Gabriel Jesus came off the bench to score a late winner as the Premier League champions beat Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
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Ronaldo scores for record-equalling Serie A appearance in Juve win
Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his 1,000th professional match by scoring for a record-equalling eleventh consecutive Serie A appearance.
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Halep survives Rybakina onslaught to win Dubai title
Simona Halep came back from a set down for the third time in the tournament to beat Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina to win the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
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Budget 2020: DA expects Gauteng e-tolls to stay despite Makhura's promise
The DA in Gauteng says it expects Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to announce during his budget speech this coming week that e-tolls are here to stay.
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Death of Rwandan gospel singer in police cells triggers alarm
Kizito Mihigo was found dead in his cell, three days after he was arrested by Rwanda Police while attempting to cross the border into Burundi.
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South Korea reports 123 new coronavirus cases as China's infection rate climbs
South Korea reported 123 new cases of coronavirus and two new deaths, while cases and deaths in China, where the outbreak started, kept on climbing.
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While South Africa is navel-gazing, Zimbabwe is facing starvation
Across our border 7.7 million Zimbabweans are facing the worst hunger emergency in a decade and no one is talking about it.
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