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Securing a job is one of the biggest challenges faced by South Africans as the unemployment rate sits at 29.1%, one of the highest in the world.
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The Infonomist: Lessons from Estonia in building a digital country
Estonia is one of the few countries that has been least effected commercially by Covid-19.
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Retrenchments down the line for Barloworld as it prepares for post-Covid-19 trading
Distribution group Barloworld has said it plans significant group-wide retrenchments before the end of the year to prepare itself for trading post the coronavirus pandemic.
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South African wine industry on its knees as lockdown set to ease
Ntsiki Biyela’s small business Aslina Wines recovered and was poised for growth this year - until the new coronavirus pandemic struck,
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EFC: Conrad Seabi, Justin Smith fight is just about wrapped and ready
The two fighters verbally and in writing agreed to fight one another on an Instagram interview with Extreme Fighting Championship matchmaker and vice president, Graeme Cartmell.
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OPINION: Germans add some precision to Soweto giants
Since Orlando Pirates followed Kaizer Chiefs in keeping up with all things German, there has been renewed optimism in Soweto, writes Mihlali Baleka.
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The Proteas' T20 Best: AB, Miller provide the power the middle-order
Zaahier Adams picks two gun players in the middle-order who can clear the fence of his best Proteas' T20 XI.
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The Glory of '95: What France would give for an extra inch in 1995 semi-final
France travelled 80-odd metres to score one of rugby’s greatest tries in 1994 against the All Blacks. But they’d likely give up one of those metres for an extra inch at Kings Park in 1995.
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The latest on the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
More than 5.81 million people have been reported infected with the novel coronavirus globally and 359,341 have died, according to a Reuters tally on Friday.
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Woman loses out on late hubby's R3.5m estate as he failed to divorce customary wife before marrying her
The Supreme Court of Appeal says a customary marriage one simply walked away from years ago without dissolving it through a divorce remains valid even after death.
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LOOK: Go-go bars gone as coronavirus hits Bangkok's Patpong sex district
Thailand shut bars and clubs in mid-March as coronavirus cases surged as social distancing and the sex industry are hard to make compatible.
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BATSA to challenge lockdown tobacco sales ban in court
British American Tobacco South Africa says it will proceed with an urgent court bid to challenge the government's decision to extend the ban on tobacco sales during level 3 of the nationwide lockdown.
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