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The world's richest woman had an interesting life, 10 things you need to know
We take a look at the late Liliane Bettencourt, who was the world's richest woman. Find out details of her inheritance, political affiliations and more.
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Slow growth will continue this year - Report
SA’s economic growth is projected to continue to be weak this year, before picking up moderately next year.
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Uber stripped of its license in London
London’s transport regulator has stripped Uber of its license to operate, affecting over 40 000 drivers in a huge blow to the taxi app.
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New kids on the block in Nigeria’s payments scene
Card payments innovators like Yoco, Sureswipe and Ikhokha are in full PR-mode as they try to position themselves as the next big thing.
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Bangladesh ready to take next step during Proteas series
Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim is confident his team can replicate their home form while on tour in South Africa.
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Is Rio Ferdinand's attempt to become a pro boxer disrepsecful?
Is former England and Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand's attempt to become a professional boxer, at age 38, just a disrepsecful gimick?
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Limited resources, assistance from 'the universe' helping Kaizer Chiefs
Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela says that a spate of injuries may actually have helped his side beat Maritzburg United.
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All Black Dagg ruled out for rest of season
All Blacks utility back Israel Dagg has been ruled out for the rest of the season with niggling knee injury.
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KZN farmer bust for hydroponic dagga operation
Police found dagga plants, LSD liquid and hashish (hydroponic) with the street value of approximately R260 000.
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#WorldRhinoDay: 'Poaching threatens communities, undermines economy'
The Institute for Security Studies has warned that the number of poaching incidents in Southern Africa has tripled since 2010.
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PICS:'Bad buildings' raided in Durban
"We are living in hell.” This is according to a Unisa student living in one of Durban’s “bad buildings” that was raided by a special task team.
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Currie Cup game mars bride's big day
Farouk Varachia has been left to pick up the pieces of his daughter’s broken heart after a Currie Cup rugby game messed up her wedding day.
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