Kumba expects profits to triple
Kumba Iron Ore, Africa’s largest iron ore producer, yesterday saw its share price surge nearly 5 percent on the JSE.
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Microsoft posts big increase in revenue, net income for fiscal fourth quarter
Microsoft attributed the strong quarterly performance to continued growth in cloud services and businesses.
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Junkyard palladium used to control car emissions run short
Junkyard palladium is quickly becoming a growth market as mined supplies of the silvery-white metal used to control harmful car emissions run short.
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World Bank urges Tanzania to urgently invest in youth health, education
The World Bank's latest economic update for Tanzania released in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam.
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Early goal sees Algeria crowned Africa Cup of Nations kings
The final whistle provoked wild celebrations among the large contingent of travelling Algeria fans.
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Eben Etzebeth: This is a strong Springbok team we have picked
“We want to win the Test match, and see how the plans of the last three or four weeks have come together.”
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Holmes, Lowry on top at The Open as Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy miss cut
South African Justin Harding posted the lowest round of the day, six birdies and an eagle helping him to a six-under 65 to move to three off the lead.
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Can Sharks regain their bite against Western Province?
What we saw from the Sharks’ display against Griquas was players hung over from a paint-by-numbers strategy, and not yet gelled under the new coach.
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Magnitude 5.1 earthquake jolts Athens, three people injured
A magnitude 5.1 earthquake rattled the Greek capital Athens on Friday, briefly knocking out power and telecommunications in parts of the city and sending people running from buildings in panic.
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Why a city in US is banning words such as 'manhole' and 'brother'
Words such as "manhole", "brother" and "ombudsman" are to be banned from official use in a city that has decided to embrace a gender-neutral makeover.
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Absa slams claims that it refused to co-operate with Public Protector
Absa said that it had not refused to co-operate with the Public Protector's investigation into President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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Man deemed 'too old' to be dangerous murders woman in front of her children
A few years after a short prison sentence, Flick fatally stabbed a woman outside a laundromat as her 11-year-old twin sons watched.
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