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SA commission goes after SAP, KPMG and McKinsey
South Africa’s companies registry office said it is pursuing criminal complaints against SAP, KPMG and McKinsey.
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You could own Markus Jooste's Val de Vie plot for R15 million
Former Steinhoff CEO, Markus Jooste’s vacant plot near Paarl in the Cape Winelands is on the market for a staggering R15 million.
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South Africans warned to beware of new Netflix scam
A new email scam is targeting thousands of Netflix customers and attempting to get users credit card details, cybersecurity experts say.
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Hamilton misses sponsor event, back on social media
Formula One's most Instagram-followed driver posts his first message of 2018 after clearing his feeds over Christmas.
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Ex-Wallaby Smith arrested in Tokyo for 'cabbie assault'
The Suntory Sungoliath players was taken into custody near his home in the Japanese capital.
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Banyana want to show why they are Africa's best
Coach Desiree Ellis' team wants to show they deserve their Caf Women’s Team of the Year award.
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Pacquiao says in talks to fight Lomachenko
Details have to be worked out but Pacquiao is talking about fighting the number one pound-for-pound boxer Lomachenko.
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Somerset West man arrested for dagga worth R60 000
Police found dagga trees, bags of loose dagga and dagga cultivating equipment
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Illegal fishing nets removed from Umkomaas river
Community members and police officers on Wednesday removed close to 1.2km of fishing nets that are causing environmental carnage in the Umkomaas river.
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Man wears ten shirts, eight pairs of pants to dodge baggage charges
Ryan Williams thought he could avoid paying for extra baggage on his flight but instead found himself stranded in Iceland.
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Berg chocolate treats bring couple sweet success
Going from a mud hut to the Chocolate Bar, entrepreneurial couple Edi and Tammy Ernst are proof that commitment and hard work will bring success.
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