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OPINION: It's time to stop the rhetoric
An entire generation faces a bleak and undignified future no person should be condemned to writes Kabelo Khamalo.
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Nedbank denies infringement
Nedbank Group yesterday “categorically” denied it had infringed on the commercial patent rights of Thandile Jwambi and Tatolo Kutumane.
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Harley-Davidson strikes deal to make smaller bikes in China
Harley-Davidson Inc will partner with China’s Qianjiang Motorcycle Co to produce a new smaller model bike.
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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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Plans afoot to keep Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium liquid
Stadium operators are planning to include water-based activities in the stadium's offering
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Proteas fans have a right to be angry, says disappointed Faf
'South Africans are very passionate, and they're obviously probably a little bit angry at the moment'
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Kgatlana needs team's help to continue thriving, says Dlamini
Thembi Kgatlana was the talk of town following her impressive exploits at the World Cup in France
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Lions have questions to answer ahead of new season
After a poor Super Rugby campaign the Joburg side have some decisions to make, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen
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Amnesty criticises arrest of football fans before #AFCON2019 opener
Amnesty International has criticized the arrest of several football fans in Egypt on terror charges before the opening of the African Cup of Nations.
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#WorldRefugeeDay: Refugees feel ostracised by South Africans
Many refugees feel ostracised by South Africans, who often shun them because they do not speak the languages of the country.
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Bheki Cele, Cape Safety MEC conducting closed meetings on rural safety
A series of closed meetings on recent rural safety concerns have been held by Police Minister Bheki Cele, Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz and top cops.
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China says ex-Interpol chief has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes
Former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei has pleaded guilty to taking more than 2 million dollars in bribes, a court in east China said.
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