Unilever appoints Andersen as new chairman, replacing Marijn Dekkers
Unilever UNc.AS on Wednesday named non-executive director Nils Andersen as its new chairman.
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Sentech has launched its broadband to transform internet connectivity in rural areas, in SA
The newly launched broadband will provide connectivity to healthcare, education, and government services in under-serviced and rural areas.
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Armed 'business forums' continue to hold a gun to construction industry heads
Armed gangs calling themselves “business forums” continue to invade construction sites across the country.
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Amsa's threat of Saldanha closure affects Kumba
Kumba Iron Ore, Africa’s biggest iron ore producer, has trimmed down its 2019 sales guidance.
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Netball SA call up a squad of 15 players to prepare for three-Test England series
The squad of 15 players will be trimmed to 12 players for the Test series
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Former Arsenal boss Wenger joins FIFA as global development chief
Wenger will be the leading authority on technical matters on FIFA's Football and Technical Advisory Panels
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PICS: Siya and Mapimpi strip down to take up the #fafchallenge
Springbok Francois “Faf” de Klerk's fellow Rugby World Cup winners have answered his call to action to improve their personal “ball skills”.
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Rain, lightning and power outage strike to scuttle Spartans-Giants MSL match
And then the lights went out….well, some of them anyway. It was enough for the umpires to take the players off
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Zimbabwe bans electric water heaters as country struggles with power cuts
Zimbabwe is banning the installation of new electric water heaters in a bid to save power, energy regulations published.
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Award-winning film 'Atlantics' offers haunting take on life in Senegal
The coming-of-age tale has already won critical acclaim, securing the Grand Prix award at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
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Embattled SAA says strike could push airline towards brink of collapse
SAA said it might never recover if a strike by labour unions goes ahead this week, underscoring how close the company is to collapse.
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Drought crisis in Eastern Cape not over despite heavy rains
Heavy rains in KZN and parts of Eastern Cape appeared to spell an end to the dry season following hot and extremely dry conditions.
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