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Dalio, Dimon and 117 other billionaires to descend on Davos
At least 119 billionaires are converging on Switzerland to join bankers, politicians and other grandees for their annual pilgrimage to the Alps.
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Meet the woman who has the final say on blocking tweets - yes, even Donald Trump's
Vijaya Gadde is Twitter's top lawyer and the person who creates and enforces the social network's rules.
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LOOK: The best new watches from the LVMH watch week in Dubai
It was both a show of independence and a flex of luxury muscle.
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WATCH: Can 'Made in Africa' cigars compete with Cuba?
While drinking in a nightclub in Mozambique in 2015, Kamal Moukheiber had an idea: a luxury cigar made not in Cuba, but in southern Africa.
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Wolves pull off remarkable comeback win at Southampton
Mexican striker scored twice as Wolverhampton Wanderers came back from two goals down to beat Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday.
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On-form Pirates win again
Orlando Pirates continued their run of impressive form under new coach Josef Zinnbauer and beat Highlands Park at Orlando Stadium.
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Norwich log vital win over Bournemouth in battle of strugglers
Pitchside monitors were used for the first time in the Premier League as Norwich City earned a crucial win in their fight for survival over Bournemouth.
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Late Grealish goal earns Villa draw at Brighton
Jack Grealish scored a stunning second-half goal as Aston Villa rescued a point with a draw against Brighton & Hove Albion.
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Man seriously injured after hand gets stuck in farming machinery
A man sustained serious injuries when his hand got caught in a baler machine on a farm in Heidelberg in Gauteng on Saturday afternoon, paramedics said.
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A shame to neglect our liberation heroes
Surely the forgotten liberation fighters out there, who are forced to eke out a living on their meagre government’s pensions, deserve better?
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America’s failing strategy in the Middle East
Donald Trump has little to show for three years in office as he heads into elections but a string of failures in the Middle East that will haunt him.
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SA can learn from Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed
South Africa is stuck in no man's land on almost every front while Ethiopia powers ahead against worse odds than ours.
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