Lonmin raises concern after mineworkers gunned down
Lonmin pro-actively raised concerns about the increasing assassinations of mineworkers that is rocking the platinum belt.
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Trade unions oppose governments position on PIC
SA’s trade unions have opposed the current favoured government’s position of a deputy minister of finance chairing the PIC board.
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Plans for tariff cap signals the death for some renewable energy projects
The move to cap the tariff comes after concerns of costs of renewable energy, which is why Eskom has refused to sign power purchase agreements.
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Outgoing boss says Stats SA could die if funding is not addressed
Outgoing statistician-general Pali Lehohla has warned that Stats South Africa will die if the critical issue of funding is not urgently addressed.
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Wallabies overlook Hunt for All Blacks clash
Karmichael Hunt was a surprise omission from the Wallabies team named to face the All Blacks this weekend, in Stephen Moore's last home Test.
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Chicago Bulls ban Portis for breaking teammate's jaw
Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis has been suspended for eight games after punching teammate Nikola Mirotic at practice.
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Springbok flank Louw suspended for eye gouging
Francois Louw was suspended for three weeks on Wednesday over an incident during Bath's European Champions Cup victory against Treviso at the weekend.
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Messi scores 100th Euro goal as Barca shrug off Pique red card
Barca lead Group D with a perfect record from three games, while Juventus remain three points behind, thanks to a 2-1 win over Sporting Lisbon.
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Maritzburg College hearing put on hold
School will delay any disciplinary action against pupils until Education Department investigation has been carried out.
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Narandas in court for throat lozenges
An Acting Durban Judge has dismissed an application for former socialite Rajiv Narandas to urgently be supplied with medication - saying a temporary order to provide it should never have been granted.
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No water to save burning man
Bulelane Ntunuka died after a fire broke out in his shack and he was unable to escape. His body was found burnt “pink as a doll” and “in a praying position” on his bed.
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Guptas' dealings laid bare during #StateCapture inquiry
The state capture inquiry got off to an explosive start, with details of the dark heart of the Gupta operations coming to light and President Jacob Zuma’s name thrown into the mix.
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