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Makro to open state-of-the-art Cornubia store
Makro, which will officially open its Cornubia, Durban, store next week, is the first tenant in the Cornubia Ridge Logistics Park in uMhlanga.
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No lounging about for furniture design duo
A Durban-based husband and wife business team, Mholi and Nqobile Mthembu, believe the sky is the limit for their furniture design company, Woodnovation.
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Angry Birds Crocs to hit shops as Rovio overhauls licensing
Angry Birds creator wants to even out the bumps in licensing sales and turn its scowling fowls into a dependable, long-term brand.
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Nigeria's central bank sees 3% GDP growth in 2019
The governor told an economic conference in Lagos that the economy would see more growth as the recovery becomes self-sustaining.
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England's Hudson-Odoi shocked to make senior debut
England's Callum Hudson-Odoi was stunned to be given the chance to make a record-breaking England debut.
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Germany stars Goretzka and Gnabry condemn racist abuse
"It is ridiculous to cheer on one player and insult another just because of their skin colour. Racism has no place in the stadium or anywhere else in society."
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Folau equals try record as Crusaders win streak ends
Star Wallabies fullback Israel Folau equalled the all-time Super Rugby try record.
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Pacquiao polls Twitter on who to fight next
Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao took to social media to poll millions of fans on who they think should be his next opponent.
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Bill to halt politicians’ fraudulent qualifications
NCOP concluded its term by adopting a number of statutes including the National Qualifications Framework Amendment Bill which will name and shame those using fraudulent academic qualifications.
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McGluwa confident that DA will make gains in North West
The DA is confident it will make gains in the North West in the May 8 general elections, North West DA premier candidate Joe McGluwa said.
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1 million children affected by Cyclone Idai - Unicef
At least one million children have been affected by Cyclone Idai and subsequent floods in Mozambique, and the actual numbers are feared to be much higher, Unicef said.
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ANC wants Paris agreement on greenhouse gasses to be legally enforced
The ANC has expressed solidarity with the victims of Cyclone Idai and called for the Paris agreement on emission of greenhouse gasses to be enforced.
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