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Whiskey makers are making a play for climate-conscious drinkers
As the climate crisis accelerates fueling powerful storms more consumers are focused on making purchases that are environmentally sensitive.
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SAA's business rescue practitioner comes with some serious credentials
The struggling SAA board this week entrusted Les Matuson to rescue it out of the turbulence it had been stuck in since 2011.
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A century’s worth of incredible wealth went through the Cartier empire
By the time the final chunk of the Cartier jewellery empire was sold off in the 1970s, its founding family was almost entirely dispersed.
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Eskom's weak electricity generation weakening the economy
South Africa could be in for a candle-lit Christmas after Eskom implementing stage 4 load shedding on Friday from stage 2 on Thursday.
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Kaizer Chiefs come from behind to win eight-goal thriller
Samir Nurkovic scores three times as Kaizer Chiefs come from behind to claim all three points from their game against Bloemfontein Celtic.
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Gladbach stun Bayern with last-gasp penalty
Borussia Moenchengladbach's Ramy Bensebaini scored twice, including a stoppage-time penalty, for a 2-1 comeback win against Bayern Munich.
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City title hopes in tatters after derby loss to United
Manchester City's Premier League title hopes are in tatters following their derby day defeat at home to Manchester United.
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Attacking trio lead PSG to win over Montpellier
Paris St Germain's formidable attacking trio sprung into life after the break to give the Ligue 1 leaders a comeback win against 10-man Montpellier.
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PIC: Man found with cheetah, lion bones in Northern Cape
A 42-year-old Botswana national is expected to appear in the Kuruman Magistrates' Court in the Northern Cape on Monday in connection with illegal activities.
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Dear faith leaders, don't look away
Saffi invites faith leaders to be mindful that those who listen to their sermons might be perpetrators, victims/survivors and children who witness GBV.
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Eskom to implement stage 2 load shedding
Eskom will implement stage two load shedding from 9am on Sunday morning to 11pm on Sunday night, the state-owned power utility said in a statement.
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‘Brain dead’ NATO turning into force for evil
This week’s NATO Summit in London exposed the alliance’s growing irrelevance probably more than at any time since its formation 70 years ago in 1949, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
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