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OPINION: Building an enduring statistics system not simply a game of marbles
Pali Lehohla, former former head of Stats SA writes about how complicated it is to build an enduring statistics system.
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Smooth-sailing for university walk-in's - Chairperson
Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training, Connie September commends extra efforts for allowing walk-ins.
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SA Federation of Trade Unions backs workers strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies
Saftu has come out in support of workers who are preparing for a countrywide strike at Dis-Chem Pharmacies starting on Wednesday.
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Business Venture’s buy-out of Waco gets the nod
Waco International, the diversified equipment hire and industrial services business that in 2015 postponed its planned JSE listing.
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AmaZulu sign former Kaizer Chiefs striker
AmaZulu have signed Togo international and former Kaizer Chiefs marksman Camaldine Abraw on a six months contract.
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Sirotkin joins Williams with Kubica as reserve
Russian rookie Sergey Sirotkin will race for Williams this season after being chosen ahead of Polish rival Robert Kubica.
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Caster Semenya nominated for Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year
Caster Semenya has been nomiantaed for the Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year awards, alongside Serena Williams and Allyson Felix and others.
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Federer dreaming of sixth Australian Open title after cruising through round one
Defending champion Roger Federer says he has spent a lot of time thinking about his against-the-odds triumph at last year's Australian Open.
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#WaterCrisis: Only 95 days to Day Zero
Day Zero has been moved closer as Cape Town's residents fail to heed mayor Patricia de Lille's call to use 87 litres per person per day or less.
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E Cape cops launch manhunt for suspected bakery robbers
Despatch Police in the Eastern Cape launched a manhunt on Tuesday, following a business robbery at a bakery.
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SA is ready to fund free university education - Gigaba
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says he will outline how the government plans to fund free tertiary education for poor students in next month's budget.
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Cape Town's #Metrorail Central Line restored
After a week-long disruption of rail services on Metrorail's Central Line in Cape Town, the service is set to be restored on Wednesday.
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