Simbisa Brands seeking a listing on London's AIM market
Zimbabwe and sub-Saharan Africa focused fast foods operator, Simbisa Brands is seeking a secondary listing on London's AIM market.
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Govt to probe data costs as a hindrance to small business: Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said the South African government wanted to probe the cost of data and its limitations to doing business in the country.
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Public Protector to probe Molefe's R30m payout
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has agreed to investigate Eskom's R30 million pension payout to its former CEO Brian Molefe.
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Structural policy reforms needed - OECD
The organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released its Economic Survey of South Africa, which identified priority areas for future action.
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JP Duminy released from Proteas Test squad
The decision to take JP Duminy out of the Proteas squad for the rest of the England tour is a clear indication that his Test career is over, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
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Peaty defends 100m breaststroke title
Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden became the first woman to win four golds in the women’s 100m butterfly following her victory in Monday’s final.
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SA discus thrower Hogan out of world champs
ASA had entered Victor Hogan’s name as the Area Champion based on his win of the continental title at the African Senior Championships in Durban in June 2016.
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Chelsea know it’s going to be harder, says Conte
Antonio Conte is confident that Alvaro Morata can make a big impact in the Premier League for champions Chelsea.
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Tanzanian opposition figure charged after rebuking president
A prominent opposition figure in Tanzania has been charged with using abusive language after he called the president a dictator.
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Metrorail restores Joburg-Vereeniging train service
Metrorail has announced that train services operating between Vereeniging via Midway to Johannesburg would resume on Tuesday
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#WaterCrisis: High usage limits rise in water levels
While dam storage levels rose slightly to 27.4 percent, the collective water usage shot up to 643 million litres in the last week.
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WATCH: 'Mamoepa knew how to bring clear, simple message to public'
Gauteng Premier David Makhura described the late anti-apartheid activist Ronnie Mamoepa as a distinguished civil servant and a model communicator.
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