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Pernod Chief Executive: in regular and 'courteous' talks with Elliott
Drinks group Pernod Ricard is having regular and “courteous” talks with activist investor Elliott.
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Centbee raises over R18m in funding from Ayre Ventures
South African-based Bitcoin company, Centbee, has closed its Series A round with entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, founder of Ayre Ventures and CoinGeek.
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Agri SA applauds Santam donation to drought relief fund
Agricultural industry association Agri SA on Thursday applauded a donation from financial services group Santam.
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Automation is the answer as 900 000 skilled South Africans live overseas
South Africa’s skills shortage is preventing the country from achieving the 5 percent annual GDP growth that is our only real chance of making a dent in poverty.
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Mohammad Amir left out of Pakistan World Cup squad
“Amir had not performed as well as was expected of him,” said Inzamam, who was part of Pakistan’s World Cup-winning team in 1992.
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Novak Djokovic extends winning streak over US players to nine
Djokovic turned in a steady performance with a dozen each of winners and unforced errors, while his opponent committed nearly 30 unforced errors.
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Josh Stander gets his Stormers start, De Allende takes a break
After being rested against the Rebels, Stormers skipper Siya Kolisi will feature off the bench in their first match since their Australasian tour.
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This Proteas World Cup squad is different to 2015, says selection chief Zondi
“We felt to have the extra seamer and batter will definitely strengthen the team, and we can call up an extra keeper if needed.”
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Body of mom found naked, bag wrapped around head at morgue
A 29-year-old mother of two from Delft who went missing in December has been found in a city morgue.
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Numsa to fight on after Labour Court interdict against Comair strike
Numsa conceded defeat after its strike at Comair was interdicted, but said that the war was not over.
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Calls mount for road users to prioritise safety after horror crashes
The South African Transport and Allied Workers Union urged road users to prioritise safety this Easter weekend.
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Two injured after military helicopter crashes in Centurion
Two people were injured when a military helicopter crashed on the corners of Ruimte Road and Old Johannesburg Road in Centurion on Friday afternoon, paramedics said.
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