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Cross-border transport still available despite Zimbabwe coup
Passenger transport services reported zero business effect from the Zimbabwe military coup, which has signaled a threat to other business segments.
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12 restaurants worth traveling across the world to experience
From the most coveted destination in Scandinavia to a no-frills, single-dish dining room in Hanoi, these are the places to visit now.
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Backing Big Brother: Chinese facial recognition firms appeal to funds
Chinese and some foreign investors are pouring money into start-up technology firms that specialise in facial recognition software.
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#BlackFriday2017 set to be bigger than ever before
Black Friday is set to be bigger than before and Takealot.com, who brought the global shopping phenomenon to SA is planning a massive Blue dot sale.
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Sri Lanka batsmen gain upper hand against India in rain-hit Test
Lahiru Thirimanne and Angelo Mathews hit half-centuries to give Sri Lanka the advantage against India on day three of the rain-hit opening Test.
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Drought means Cape clubs must now play ‘home’ matches away
The Cape’s three NFD clubs will have to play their home matches away from the comforts of the city for the foreseeable future due to the ongoing drought.
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Federer serene as pretenders dream at ATP Finals
Roger Federer will walk out on court for his 14th semi at the ATP Finals against David Goffin on Saturday as the hot favourite.
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Boks owe the fans
Clashes between the Springboks and France are fiery at the best of times, but today’s meeting in Paris could be at an altogether different level.
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LOOK: Thousands turn out in Harare for #MugabeMustFall march
Euphoric crowds of several thousand people gathered in Zimbabwe's capital on Saturday to demand the departure of President Robert Mugabe.
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'Apartheid era arms caches to blame for political, taxi violence in KZN'
The failure to locate and remove arms caches built up during the apartheid era is one of the reasons why KZN continues to experience political violence.
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Long road ahead for ‘Frankel 8’ to get full justice
The group of eight only came together decades after they were allegedly abused as children by philanthropist businessman Sidney Frankel.
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PICS: Zimbabweans gather in Pretoria for #MugabeMustFall march
Scores of Zimbabweans based in Pretoria, South Africa on Saturday gathered at the Union Buildings in solidarity with their countrymen back home.
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