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Western Cape has best job prospects for 2018
Net employment outlook for the province is 10%, a recent survey shows.
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Nersa mum on tariffs for smelter to re-open plants
Nersa said the pricing agreement was confidential as it was a contractual agreement between Eskom and Silicon Smelters' plants in Polokwane.
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Denel needs R600 million to pay withheld salaries
Denel executives have yesterday met with trade unions to discuss whether workers will receive their salaries and 13th cheque.
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OPINION: Business ready to work with the ANC
Joan Warburton-McBride, the chief executive of the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry writes about the upcoming ANC elective conference.
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'Unique' Wagner an artist at work, says New Zealand coach
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has heaped special praise on Neil Wagner, after the bowler's performance against the West Indies.
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Kekana calls for composure from Sundowns players
Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana says the team must relax and play their normal game if they are to stop dropping points at home.
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'Honest' Conte says title still a pipe dream
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte says he would rather be honest than pretend he believes his team are realistic contenders for the league title.
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'Fed up' Root urges damaged England to stand up in crucial #Ashes Test
England captain Joe Root has challenged his team to stand up and keep the Ashes series alive in Thursday's crucial third Test against Australia.
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'Peoples university' TUT cuts ties with Israel
The Tshwane University of Technology will not forge any ties with Israel or any of its organisations and institutions, said TUT's spokesperson.
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WATCH: Don't be a statistic... 60% of drownings happen over the festive season
KZN as a holiday province accounts for 40% of South African drownings
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Poisoned syringes fired at pets for China meat trade
Poisoned syringes that could be fired at dogs on the street to kill them instantly were sold in China, allowing pets to be sold for food, said reports.
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Zuma wanted Molefe to replace Gordhan as finance minister: Duarte
President Jacob Zuma had proposed replacing former finance minister Pravin Gordhan with ex-Eskom boss Brian Molefe
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