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WARNING: Cyber attack may be coming to South African businesses
Africa’s leading cyber security firm, LAWtrust, has warned that South African businesses must act to protect themselves
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Standard bank launched Africa China Banking centre
Standard Bank on Wednesday launched the world’s first dedicated Africa China Banking Centre (ACBC) in Johannesburg.
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AngloGold to cut 8 500 jobs
AngloGold Ashanti on Wednesday began talks with unions to cut as many as 8 500 jobs
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#PriceFixing: Free State companies to be prosecuted
The Competition Commission has referred for prosecution seven Bloemfontein based companies for price fixing and collusive tendering
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Wayde van Niekerk sets new world record!
Wayde van Niekerk is the world’s best in yet another athletics event!
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All Blacks forced to rejig their backline
Waisake Naholo has been rewarded with a recall to the All Blacks team to face the British Lions in the second Test in Wellington on Saturday.
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Vegas the 'front-runner' to host Joshua-Klitschko rematch
Promoter Eddie Hearn says eorld heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua's possible rematch with Wladimir Klitschko could be staged in Las Vegas.
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Armstrong blasts Tour over Ulrich snub
Lance Armstrong has lashed out at Tour de France organisers for not inviting German former champion Jan Ullrich to Saturday’s start in Dusseldorf.
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US-led airstrike kills at least 15 in eastern Syria
At least 15 people were killed in an airstrike in eastern Syria on Wednesday, activists said, in the second attack in three days.
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Hijacker arrested after shootout with police
One hijacker was bust and another two escaped into thick bush after a shootout with police on the N2 north of Durban on Wednesday night.
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Mining company and environmental groups at peace, for now
Environmental groups and Indian-owned mining company Atha-Africa Ventures Ltd have reached an agreement for now on mining related activities.
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#SchoolsReligion: Education dept welcomes court ruling
The Department of Basic Education welcomed a ruling by the high court that public schools could not promote one religion to the exclusion of others.
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