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Green shoots appearing in SA economy
It has been a cold winter for the South African economy, but there are many green shoots appearing.
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Facebook says sorry for showing parenting ads to bereaved mother
Facebook faces criticism after it showed ads for baby products to a woman who’d posted on the site that the baby she had been expecting was stillborn.
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Facial recognition tech to end need for travel documents
A spokesperson for Heathrow Airport said South African travellers can use the service at check-in to bag drop, security and departure gates.
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Netflix needs lower prices to impress India
The streaming giant arrived in India at the beginning of last year. It has a library of local content comparable to rivals.
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Baroka FC hit the target in each half to send Golden Arrows packing
Buoyed by the bright start, Bakgaga kept their foot on Arrows’ throat as they went in search of more goals.
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All the statistics from Saturday's #CurrieCup semi-finals
Rugby fans in Durban and Cape Town were treated to some spectacular action where the Currie Cup semi-finals were played
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Maritzburg break winless streak to advance to Telkom Knockout last eight
Mohau Mokate was the hero for the Team of Choice when he netted the winner at the death with a well taken strike.
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It wasn't pretty, but Orlando Pirates reach Telkom Knockout quarter-finals
It was not the prettiest of performances from an Orlando Pirates team who beat Chippa United at Orlando Stadium on Saturday night
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Khashoggi’s murder: What do we tell the next generation?
This week’s horrifying revelations have made it very difficult for journalists to convince the next generation that it is safe to write about human rights abuses.
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JUST IN: Missing Chilean tourist found dead in Ladysmith mortuary
Father of missing Chilean convinced that the body found at a mortuary was his son, informs family in Chile.
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Thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote
The protesters EU flag and held up banners to call for another referendum on the eventual deal on how Britain will leave the world's biggest trading bloc.
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Congo's controversial voting machines start arriving
Congo's deputy prime minister said on Saturday that tablet-like voting machines for December's election had been made to order and will finish arriving in October.
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