China’s $30bn plan to advance chip plans
Tsinghua Unigroup plans to build a $30 billion memory-chip production complex that will become China’s largest.
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American Express profit falls
American Express says fourth-quarter profit falls 8.2% as expenses exceed analysts’ estimates and the firm sets aside more money to cover bad loans.
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#WEF2017: Davos place for NGOs
The annual WEF Meeting is a platform for leaders in politics and business to debate and chart the way forward on global matters,
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Kenya targets 1 million digital jobs
Kenya has started a digital skills training programme to enable 1 million young people to secure freelance online work in the next year.
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Murray ‘not worried’ about Djokovic exit
Andy Murray boosted his title claims with a comprehensive 6-4 6-2 6-4 win over American Sam Querrey to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open on Friday.
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Joost: I’m not on oxygen, still going strong
Springbok rugby legend Joost van der Westhuizen has taken to Twitter to dispel reports that he has been placed on oxygen to survive.
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‘Dolly will undergo medical at Montpellier’
“Keagan Dolly has entered into personal talks and will undergo a medical with Montpellier FC.”
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Big names ready for Drak trial
So often seen as the Dusi’s little sister, the Drak challenge, which kicks off on Saturday on the uMzimkhulu river in the Southern Drakensberg, promises to be anything but little.
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Thousands flock to National Mall for #TrumpInauguration
Crowds of Trump supporters along with protesters were arriving on the National Mall as Donald and Melania Trump joined the Obamas at the White House.
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MPs raise red flag over Broadcasting Act ammendments
MPs have come out strongly against Communications Minister Faith Muthambi usurping the powers of Parliament by hiring and firing SABC board members.
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Live: Donald Trump sworn in as 45th US president
Watch the official swearing-in ceremony for Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America.
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'The Hobbit' book returned to library after 38 years
Nearly 40 years after he checked it out of a New York library, a former Marine has returned a copy of "The Hobbit" which travelled the world with him.
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