Cartrack experiments with smart mobility
Cartrack Holdings has started experimenting with smart mobility in partnership with two other companies in pay-as-a-service transportation.
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French billionaire detained over alleged corruption in Africa
One of France’s most powerful businessmen, Vincent Bollore, was detained for alleged corruption around port deals in Africa.
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Anglo's Minas-Rio iron ore mine pipeline likely to leak its profits
Anglo American says a leak in the pipeline that carries slurry from its Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil to a port in Rio de Janeiro will hurt its profit
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Gmail unveils its "expensive" redesign
Google unveiled its first Gmail redesign since 2013, capping what the company says was an expensive overhaul two years.
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Bayern bidding to halt champions Real in their tracks
However, stopping Real in their tracks will also mean Bayern has to stop Ronaldo from scoring in his 12 consecutive match in the competition
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Excelling in the League should be the priority
Participation in CAF tournaments are not for the faint-hearted and Maritzburg's Fadlu Davids will do well to ask his compatriots for advice
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Popular Cape Town 12 OneRun receives prize boost
The overall prize money will be increased by R50 000 which means that the first prize for both men and women will also see an increase of R5 000
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Wenger admits timing of Arsenal exit was out of his hands
The Arsenal boss made the admission on Wednesday without saying who or what prompted his announcement last Friday
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Attempted murder accused mother still not allowed to see baby
The male accused banned from making contact with the victim, while the mother has been banned from communicating with daughter.
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Probe launched after Randburg man found dead in car
Randburg police confirmed they are investigating a murder case after a man was shot several times in car.
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#SaftuStrike unlikely to impact legislation, say analysts
Saftu’s national strike is unlikely to have an impact on the legislative process of amending labour laws, said labour analysts.
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Public may be charged for providing storage for stolen goods - SAPS
Police in Pretoria urged people to avoid keeping suspicious items on their properties, but rather to report such incidents to a police station.
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