Bidvest McCarthy employees plan to strike over ‘unjust’ job cuts
The workers are accusing the company of using Covid-19 as an “excuse” to get rid of employees.
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Pan African Resources expects to be debt-free within the next 12 months
Pan African Resources expects to be debt-free within the next 12 months on the back of the record gold price.
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South African cement industry at rock bottom
The cement and construction industry has almost halved in capacity since last year.
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Visa reaches 1 billion tokens globally and over 100 million in CEMEA
Visa token service hits major milestone signifying the growth of digital commerce everywhere
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European soccer teams turning to virtual 'fan tokens' to raise money
The latest club to enter the world of blockchain, Spanish champion Barcelona, generated €1.2 million ($1.3 million) in less than two hours on Monday.
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LeBron James says he will keep his name on back of jersey
LeBron James won't have a social justice message on the back of his jersey for the NBA's restart, the Lakers All-Star forward said during a video call with reporters.
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Opinion: We must listen to Lungi Ngidi
Section 16 of the constitution makes provision for ‘freedom of speech’. South Africans are free to say what they want even when saying it is incredibly stupid. And talking about incredibly stupid - step forward Boeta Dippenaar and Pat Symcox. Boy, where to begin?
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Hurricanes hang on to beat Highlanders
The home side had built a 12-0 lead by halftime and 17-0 shortly after, but despite dominating possession were unable to pull too far away from the visitors.
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Without state custodianship there will never be equitable redistribution of land
Due to SA’s cruel history of barbaric racism that was underpinned by the colonial dispossession of land from the black majority, state custodianship is the only rational and logical option towards equal redistribution of the land.
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Record daily jump of 28 000 Covid-19 infections in India
The viral infection has been spiralling in India over the past month as a prolonged lockdown was eased.
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DA slams agriculture department for failing to apply for drought relief
The Free State agriculture sector has been badly affected by drought, and the effects were still felt after the first rain of the new season.
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Bidvest McCarthy employees plan to strike over ‘unjust’ job cuts
The workers are accusing the company of using Covid-19 as an “excuse” to get rid of employees.
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