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Sagarmatha Technologies introduces us to 'Silicon Africa'
Sagarmatha Technologies is the first company to present a sharp vision of world-class technology platforms for Africans, writes Adri Senekal De Wet.
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Rating agencies look as Gigaba’s first mini-budget presentation looms
This week's medium-term budget policy statement is expected to come under greater scrutiny, as rating agencies look for signs of fiscal slippage.
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OPINION: Electrification of the South African Automotive Industry
What it would take to electrify the automotive sector asks Trevor Hill, the head of Audi South Africa.
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Natural Science Collections Facility to protect South Africa's mega biodiversity
The launch of the Natural Science Collections Facility is set to protect SA biodiversity and organise all research material in a virtual hub
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Sredojevic unconcerned by Orlando Pirates struggles
Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic believes the Buccaneers are on the right track despite going four games without a win.
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Al Ahly score record six goals to reach Champions League final
Al Ahly became the first club to score six goals in a CAF Champions League semi-final as they crushed Etoile Sahel on Sunday to reach the final.
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Kyrie Irving fined for NBA fan spat
Kyrie Irving is off to a rocky start with the Boston Celtics after the league slapped the point guard with a $25,000 fine on Sunday.
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Hamilton edges closer to F1 title after US GP win
Four-times champion German Vettel second for Ferrari, trails Hamilton by 66 points with three races left.
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World famous scientist demands action on corruption
Professor Salim Abdool Karim to the NPA and Hawks... do your jobs.
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Gauteng declares war on school predators
The Gauteng Department of Education is implementing stringent measures to vet school safety patrollers, and now a bus driver has also been arrested.
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Row over EFF conference candidates turns violent in Tshwane
EFF members claim they were attacked with an axe by members of their own party because of their choice for candidates for the regional leadership.
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Schools vandalised in protest over exam options
At least two KZN schools were vandalised and set alight as pupils protested over “modularised” exams.
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