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Giving entrepreneurs wings
Durban couple Fatima and Mthokozisi Cele, owners of The Franchise Group, have rolled out a string of successful shisa nyama franchises.
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Of fast cars and community commitment
Premium coffee at a car dealership is not the norm, but that is what is on offer at BMW Supertech’s new Pinetown dealership.
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Giving spaza shop owners a financial helping hand
The spaza shop market is valued at around R40 billion per year and 90% or more of the transactions are cash.
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Makro to open state-of-the-art Cornubia store
Makro, which will officially open its Cornubia, Durban, store next week, is the first tenant in the Cornubia Ridge Logistics Park in uMhlanga.
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Casey clings to one-shot PGA lead over No. 1 Johnson
The 41-year-old Englishman missed a 14-foot par putt at the par-4 18th and settled for a bogey and a three-under par 68.
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Ramos helps Spain edge Norway, Kean stars for Italy
Sergio Ramos scored a second-half penalty to help Spain beat a spirited Norway 2-1 on Saturday in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier.
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Serena withdraws from Miami Open with knee injury
Williams' withdrawal comes a day after she beat Sweden’s Rebecca Peterson in three sets to reach the third round of the Miami Open.
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Bale returns for Wales while Ramsey misses out through injury
Aaron Ramsey has returned to his club having failed to recover from a thigh injury that kept him out of Wednesday's game against Trinidad and Tobago.
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A white house of hope and sorrow in Coligny
"Matlhomola’s life will never be replaced but this house will stand as a memory to try and heal our brutal and divided past as a people."
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No load shedding on Sunday, says Eskom
There will be no load shedding on Sunday, state-owned power utility Eskom said.
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Don't judge Indian South Africans by Singh’s irresponsible claptrap
The South African Minority Rights Equality Movement (Samrem) run by Ashin Singh serves only to undo all efforts to promote nation-building in our country.
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Culture, stereotypes and challenges: Beautiful game’s unique journey
Qatar will become the first predominantly Muslim and Middle East country to host a World Cup, writes Jermaine Craig.
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