Peter Moyo will know his fate in two weeks
Sacked Old Mutual chief executive Peter Moyo will wait 2 weeks to hear whether he can return to work, amid a rough legal battle for his reinstatement.
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Sanlam anticipates earnings slump of at least 35%
JSE-listed financial services group Sanlam expects its earnings to fall by at least 3% for the six months to the end of June.
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7 things you need to know today
We take a look at the latest business news this morning and top stories from our newsrooms across SA, Africa, and the world.
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INVESTMENT INSIGHT: Reserve Bank worth its weight in gold, that's why they want to nationalise it
It is evident that a major turnaround strategy started to pay off for the Sarb Group since 2014 … writes Ryk de Klerk.
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Eish! What a painful time for the Buccaneers
Three humbling losses on the trot, and losing their coach, has Pirates on the back foot
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SABC TV's ‘beautiful game’ blackout is shameful
Worst of all, everyone seems to be blaming everyone else for the impasse
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African Games silver for South Africa's judo star Unelle Snyman
Unelle Snyman added to the silver medal which she won at the African Championships in Cape Town in April
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Relieved Thomas wins BMW Championship by three strokes over Cantlay
Justin Thomas carded a closing four-under 68 to finish on a 25-under-par total of 263
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VIDEO: Eastern Cape transport MEC condemns ongoing trend of truck looting
Eastern Cape Transport MEC Weziwe Tikana has condemned incidents of looting trucks and the robbing of injured people during accidents in the province.
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Richard Gere brands Italy's Salvini a 'Baby Trump' over migrant ship
Italian far-right leader and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is a "Baby Trump" who exploits people's fears to win votes, US actor Richard Gere said.
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Corruption trial of ousted Sudanese leader al-Bashir to start
Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir is scheduled to go on trial for corruption in Khartoum.
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PICS: At least 17 injured as multiple blasts rock eastern Afghanistan
At least 17 people were injured after multiple explosions triggered by previously placed explosive devices in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province
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