Wealthy may pay more for Uber
Taking an Uber to the V&A Waterfront or Sandton? Get ready to pay more
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Tiny Mauritius leads the continent at Source Africa 2017
There are two things African countries can learn from Enterprise Mauritius' success in exporting its textile sector to a global market.
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UN wants to boost economic prosperity of African countries
Simplifying the requirements for a business license, offering incentives to tax payers, and tackling official corruption were among the recommendations by the United Nations agricultural organisation.
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Central banks warns of rand risk
Sarb left its key rate unchanged for a seventh straight meeting as policy makers warn politics and ratings downgrades could still knock the rand.
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De la Hoya tells fans to boycott Mayweather v McGregor 'circus'
Former boxing world champion Oscar de la Hoya has asked fans to boycott a proposed bout between Floyd Mayweather Jnr and Conor McGregor.
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Hamilton not interested in 'phoney wars'
Lewis Hamilton says he wants to avoid any kind of mind games in his title battle with Sebastian Vettel this year.
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Beleaguered Bulls out to impress new coach Mitchell
The Bulls will hope to impress in-coming coach John Mitchell when they face the Hurricanes at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
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Chiefs' players to blame for trophyless seasons, says Cardoso
Daniel Cardoso says Kaizer Chiefs will need to win at least two trophies next season to make up for what has been two horrible campaigns.
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Graphic images show deadly end to Benoni shootout
These pictures show the aftermath of an early morning shootout in Benoni, which left all four suspected robbers dead and one police officer wounded.
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PICS: Almost Human exhibition showcases Homo naledi
The Almost Human exhibition, featuring the latest Homo naledi findings, for the first time showcases the fossils of Neo.
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The three men behind North Korea's missile programme
The three men heading North Korea's rapidly accelerating missile programme are clearly favourites of leader Kim Jong-un.
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'State Capture' inquiry unconstitutional, says Zuma
President Zuma is reportedly not opposed to implementing the Public Protector's remedial actions, but believes some are "irregular" and "unlawful".
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