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South African expats fear losing tax exemption
Many will now be forced to come home after the Treasury announced a proposal to remove the foreign employment income tax exemption.
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We only billed Eskom for the work we did: Gupta-owned Trillian
Advisory firm Trillian has denied receiving payment for work it did not do, and says it provided various support functions for power utility Eskom.
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FNB economists welcome interest rates cut
Economists on Friday welcomed the decreased interest rates, saying that it would have a positive impact on many sectors of the economy, including agriculture, investment, and franchising.
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'Investment, agri and franchising sectors to benefit from repo cut '
The MPC took the markets by surprise when it lowered its benchmark repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.75percent.
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Lions beat Sharks in Craven Week ‘final’
The Golden Lions and the Blue Bulls won the Craven Week and Academy Week respectively on Saturday.
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England Women want to sing ‘victory song’ at Lord’s
It’s the Women’s World Cup final on Sunday, and both England and India have special motivations to claim the trophy.
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Zidane says Danilo will leave Real Madrid
Manchester City will apparently benefit from Brazilian right back Danilo’s departure from Real Madrid.
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Grace had 'no idea' of record round
Branden Grace made history on Saturday when he became the first man to shoot a round of 62 in a major in the third round of the British Open at Royal Birkdale.
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Ramaphosa pays tribute to Kathrada, defends call for Zuma to resign
Ahmed Kathrada's call on President Zuma to resign was made out of a sincere concern for the state of the ANC, said deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa.
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Nehawu welcomes planned probe into data costs
"If SA is serious about growing the economy then issues of data cost and the cost to communicate must be looked into as a matter of urgency," the union said.
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PICS: From Vietnam, to China, the route of the rhino trade
A report released this week by the Elephant Action League reveals how China is home to the largest illegal market for rhino horn in the world.
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Alarm over AWOL teachers
More than 30 000 teachers in all of Gauteng’s 15 district schools have reportedly been absent from work since the beginning of this year.
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