Cape Town's YouthStartCT 2019 Entrepreneurial Challenge has officially launched
The fourth instalment of Cape Town’s annual youth entrepreneurial challenge, aimed at giving budding entrepreneurs a hand up has officially launched
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Numsa and Comair to meet over wage dispute
Numsa and Comair will meet on Saturday in mediated talks to try end a wage dispute that could result in a national strike.
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R6.5bn RBM investment set to benefit KZN
The announcement of Richards Bay Minerals’ R6.5bn investment is expected to have a substantial positive impact on the economy of the province.
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Vintage Porsche collection damaged in fatal gas explosion
One of the top collections of vintage Porsche cars in the world was severely damaged by a deadly gas-pipeline explosion in North Carolina.
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Guardiola urges team to use European setback to spur them on in the league
Pep Guardiola is adamant he would never deliberately attempt to be knocked out of a competition.
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The Bones say Kaizer Chiefs should get to the #NedbankCup final
The cheese kids at Naturena I’m sure are already wiping down the cabinet, thinking they are a shoe in for this trophy, says the Sports Sangoma.
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Lions Super Rugby campaign thrown into disarray as coaches absent
Swys de Bruin headed back to South Africa for “personal reasons”, while defence coach Joey Mongalo has been convicted and sentenced for sexual assault.
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Djokovic knocked out as 'lucky' Nadal battles on in Monte Carlo
Djokovic, twice a champion in the principality, lost serve five times in a 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 defeat by Russia's 10th seed Medvedev.
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Annual Two Oceans Marathon route changed over protest threats
Ultra marathon runners had a nasty last-minute surprise on Friday as the Two Oceans Marathon route had to be changed just 24 hours before the starting gun.
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Remembering two dear friends who took on apartheid
We said our goodbyes to two special people this week - from two different cities and two separate parts of my life.
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Government leaders visit those injured in Pentecostal church collapse
Cogta Zweli Mkhize led a government delegation to visit members of the Pentecostal Holiness Church in Dlangubo in northern KZN who were injured.
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Mystery remains over massive rhino horn seizure
Two men, Petrus Stephanus Steyn, 61, and Clive John Melville, 57, were arrested in a police operation near Hartbeespoort Dam.
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