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South Africans don’t go big on Diwali gold buying, but sales in India spike
The bullion price lost its shine yesterday on the eve of Diwali, the Hindu festival, which is biggest festival on the Indian calendar.
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WATCH: Airbnb to invest $1m to boost tourism projects in Africa
Airbnb on Tuesday announced that it will invest $1-million through 2020 to promote and support community-led tourism projects in Africa.
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McKinsey suspends all SA SOE work
Business management consultancy firm McKinsey on Tuesday fell short of admitting to wrongdoing in its relations with Gupta-linked Trillian.
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Clover appoints Frantz Scheepers as new CFO
Clover Industries on Tuesday announced the appointment of chartered accountant Frantz Scheepers as the new chief financial officer.
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Spurs boss Pochettino hails 'huge' potential after Madrid draw
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino hailed his side's maturity after holding Champions League defending champions Real Madrid to a draw.
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Daniel: Young guns must taste 'special feeling' of winning the #CurrieCup
Sharks flank Keegan Daniel says the team's veterans have explained the importance of winning the Currie Cup to the younger squad members.
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Hunt's job safe at struggling Wits, says CEO
Gavin Hunt's future at Bidvest Wits is safe and secured for now despite the team’s terrible start to their Absa Premiership title defence.
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Hayward injury overshadows Cavaliers' win, Irving's Cleveland return
Boston Celtic's Gordon Hayward suffered a gruesome ankle injury to overshadow the Cleveland Cavaliers' victory in Tuesday's NBA opener.
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Mom gunned down while alleged gangster lover survives hit
A young mother was shot and killed while asleep in her bed in Manenberg in the latest gang-related shooting.
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KZN leaders 'live by Mafia code'
Kuben Chetty asks Thabiso Zulu, a friend of slain Sindiso Magaqa, crucial questions about what emerged from his testimony at the Moerane Commission.
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It's open warfare after Zuma's #CabinetReshuffle
President Jacob Zuma’s decision to dump SACP leader Blade Nzimande in yet another cabinet reshuffle has set the stage for an open war.
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Big bang fireworks banned, but still being sold
Big-bang fireworks might be banned this Diwali but many noisy ones, including Gorilla Bombs and Black Widows, can still be found in shops around KZN.
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