OPINION: Is World War III happening online?
The digital transformation of our lives has led to great advances in communication, but it also created a great dependency on Internet connectivity.
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OPINION: 5 ways government can help South Africa’s small businesses
South Africa’s government has made efforts to help its small businesses, and rightly so.
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Ethnic African dolls go international
Ntobenhledolls produces ethnic dolls with curly hair, dark skin and bright traditional attire that reflect the heritage in SA, Zimbabwe and Namibia.
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Successful chief executive say the youth need practical career guidance
Ipeleng Mkhari, the forty something mother of three who overcame financial hurdles to become chief executive of Motseng Investment Holdings says the youth need practical career guidance that can help shape their future.
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Dan Malesela set to dance with Polokwane City
Bernard Molekwa will return to his duties as the team manager, following Polokwane’s 1-0 defeat to Cape Town City on Friday.
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I will be home in Italy before long, says Conte
Antonio Conte believes it will be tough for Chelsea – third this term behind Manchester City and Manchester United after six games – to defend their title.
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AmaZulu captain Nyongo picks up rib injury
Nyongo sustained a bad rib injury when he was fighting for the ball with Bongi Ntuli.
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Wozniacki says Serena Williams is ‘going to do a strong comeback’
“She’s so cute and I’m looking forward to meeting her,” Wozniacki told reporters, adding that her tennis commitments had so far prevented her visiting the new family.
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Suspect linked to 13 rape cases
Two women, who were raped in Westville this month, are thought to be the latest victims of a suspected serial rapist in the area
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'Pay maintenance or go to jail' – SCA
The Supreme Court of Appeals (SCA) has upheld a Durban judge’s ruling that a local businessman must pay his estranged wife the almost R400 000 he owes her in unpaid maintenance, or go to jail
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Water use in Cape Town still 122 million litres above target
The City of Cape Town on Monday said it would continue with its aggressive approach of installing 2,000 water management devices.
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Parts of KZN lashed by thunderstorms
Just over a week after Durban was ravaged by heavy winds, the city was again struck by severe weather, this time in the form of thunderstorms and heavy rains
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