We only billed Eskom for the work we did: Gupta-owned Trillian
Advisory firm Trillian has denied receiving payment for work it did not do, and says it provided various support functions for power utility Eskom.
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FNB economists welcome interest rates cut
Economists on Friday welcomed the decreased interest rates, saying that it would have a positive impact on many sectors of the economy, including agriculture, investment, and franchising.
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'Investment, agri and franchising sectors to benefit from repo cut '
The MPC took the markets by surprise when it lowered its benchmark repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.75percent.
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'Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill holds some nasty surprises'
Proposed bill aims to close lucrative loopholes with the avoidance of income tax and capital gains tax of South Africans working abroad.
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Sporting world has gone full digital
They are pro-gamers at the forefront of esports - a movement that is redefining what sport is, writes Morgan Bolton.
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Worst ever round for Schwartzel at #TheOpen
Charl Schwartzel was within a shot of the lead at one stage at the Open Championship on Friday, but it all went pear-shaped after that.
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Hagen wins first Tour de France stage in six years
Briton Chris Froome kept hold of the race leader’s yellow jersey ahead of Saturday’s decisive time-trial in Marseille after a leisurely stroll in the saddle for the peloton.
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Liverpool bolster defence with Hull left back Robertson
“When you grow up as a kid, you dream of playing with big clubs such as Liverpool, and to make that a reality is a dream come true for me.”
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How Putin sparked a Western military renaissance
Russia's Eastern Ukraine war looks set to revolutionize the US and European armed forces as much as any combat lessons learned in Iraq or Afghanistan.
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Girl, 5, fined R2 500 for selling lemonade
Briton Andre Spicer's 5-year-old daughter was left in tears after council officers fined her around R2 500 for selling lemonade without a licence.
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Rights body sounds alarm over trafficking of Nigerian girls
Thousands of Nigerian migrant girls being brought to Italy are in great danger of being forced into prostitution in Europe, a UN agency says.
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Commission probing political killings visits Glebelands
The Moerane Commission, which is investigating political killings in KZN, visited Glebelands Hostel to "get a feel" for the notorious complex.
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