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De Beers Group Auction launches new auction portal
De Beers Group Auction, a subsidiary of diamond firm De Beers, on Tuesday announced the launch of its new auction portal.
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EOH reports 50 enterprise partners to the Hawks over suspicious transactions
EOH Holdings has blacklisted 50 enterprise development partners following an investigation into suspicious payments totalling R1.2 billion.
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OPINION: What can SA and Nigeria do to grow faster?
Growth in sub-Saharan Africa remained slow through 2019, hampered by persistent uncertainty in the global economy writes Andrew Skipper.
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Rand tumbles 1% as Eskom plans nationwide power cuts
South Africa’s rand tumbled more than 1% on Wednesday to its softest level in a week.
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Springboks are prepared for Japan, says Lukhanyo Am
Japan have been in superb form during the World Cup, having won all four of their pool games against Ireland, Scotland, Samoa and Russia.
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Congrats, Ernie ... 50 not out
"Life begins at 40," is a saying we are all familiar with, but for Ernie Els it’s all about to begin (again) at 50.
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Bulgaria coach apologises to England over racist chants
Bulgaria coach Krasimir Balakov has apologised to the England team after fans taunted their black players with Nazi salutes and monkey chants.
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Sanchez may require surgery for ankle injury, says Inter
Chile striker Alexis Sanchez may need surgery on his ankle after picking up an injury in their 0-0 draw with Colombia last week
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Turkey defied NATO allies, says it rejects Syria cease-fire
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he won't halt its military offensive in northeast Syria, despite growing pressure and sanctions from NATO allies.
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Dad forgives convicted killer for driving over 7-year-old son with quad bike
The father of a seven-year-old boy who was killed during a quad accident in July 2016, said imprisonment of a matric pupil should be the last resort.
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Japan sets aside 710 million yen for repairs after Typhoon Hagibis
Japan is ready to spend 710 million yen ($6.5 million) to deal with the devastating aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
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LIVE FEED: State Capture Inquiry October 16, 2019
The Zondo commission will continue hearing testimony on the corruption allegations linked to the failed Vrede dairy farm project.
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