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Government erred in IRP draft
The Department of Energy erred by excluding concentrating solar power in the draft integrated resource plan generation mix in the period up to 2050.
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Workers continue to take home less
Take-home pay for last month declined 0.8 percent as nominal salary terms growth was lower than the month’s inflation rate of 6.3 percent.
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Dollar sell-off may have been overdone
The dollar rose to its highest in more than a week on Wednesday on outlooks for US and European interest rates.
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Will non-executive directors opt out of positions?
The recent rulings on the future taxation of non-executive director fees have led to concerns that directors will opt out of positions on boards.
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I qualify for Bafana dream job - Da Gama
Bafana Bafana interim coach Owen da Gama believes he should be considered a strong candidate to take up the post permanently.
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Talk of Proteas call-up 'scary' for Aiden Markram
Titans player Aiden Markram says he has "struggled" to come to terms with being in contention for a Proteas call-up.
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Sasman typical of the great new talent Ajax constantly churns out
Leftback Yagan Sasman will likely return to the bench when Ajax resume their PSL campaign, but it's only a matter of time before he starts regularly.
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Elusive Du Plessis deserves to start for the Stormers
Creative, elusive and with an eye for a gap, Dan du Plessis deserves to start for the Stormers against the Cheetahs on Saturday, writes Wynona Louw.
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Scaling the high notes for Piano Day
In celebration of International Piano Day, Ian Burgess-Simpson Pianos placed a grand piano on Table Mountain for a variety of pianists to perform.
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Cape Town catches the theatre bug at Infecting the City
As part of the Infecting the City festival, gripping performance-art pieces that hinted at social issues took place in Cape Town.
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Suspected poacher killed, ranger wounded in KNP
A suspected poacher was shot dead and a ranger injured, while 13 alleged poachers were arrested in the Kruger National Park earlier this week.
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High school jazz bands wows at #CTIJF warm up
Eight high school jazz bands from around the Western Cape wooed an Artscape audience, in the run up to the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.
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