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Anglo American has received bids for its New Largo project in South Africa.
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Cartrack ripe for mergers and acquisitions
Cartrack Holdings, the listed fleet management, stolen vehicle recovery and insurance telematics group, is looking for potential mergers and acquisitions.
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Black Business Council cut ties with BUSA
The Black Business Council announced on Monday the termination of cooperation with Business Unity South Africa.
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Saftu warms up to Amcu
The new SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) are cooperating through campaigns to fight unemployment and a commemoration of the Marikana killings in August.
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Opponents Beware: Lions still on the prowl
Despite destroying the hapless Bulls, Johan Ackermann calls for more second half intensity going forward, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.
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We are disappointed, says Amajita coach Senong
SA Under-20 coach Thabo Senong says his charges are disappointed with their loss to Japan in their opening match of the FIFA World Cup against Japan.
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'When Amla sticks around, the Proteas tend to score big'
South Africa prevailed in their warm-up fixture against Northants, but the tourists were pushed close by the county side, which was led by Rory Kleinveldt.
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Floyd is still the ultimate entertainer
Mr Money’s assessment of the certainty that he will get it on with The Notorious McGregor varied between 90% and 100%. Let’s say 99%.
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Van Rooyen clamps down on municipal debt
Co-operative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen is cracking down on the rising municipal debt, after it shot up to R117 billion.
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DA demands Brown tables documents on Molefe's re-appointment
Parliament was asked to ensure that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown provides documents relating to Brian Molefe's reappointment at Eskom.
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We should all be in the dock with Mortimer Saunders
The violence in our society is too intractable to “fix”. We need to start at the beginning, says Murray Williams.
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South Africa joins the world in observing the International Day for Biological Diversity
The United Nations in 2000 adopted a proposal to proclaim Monday (May 22) the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues.
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