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CPI inflation subsides to 4% on account of lower fuel prices
- South Africa’s headline consumer inflation declined from 4.5% year on year from December to 4% in January.
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WATCH: What to watch for in Tito Mboweni’s #Budget2019
We probably won’t see much in the way of radical thinking since the room for manoeuvre is so limited … says tax expert Robert Cooper.
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SA property associations and government unite to boost property transformation
An event held jointly by three South African property associations discussed the issues that are affecting the property sector.
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#Budget2019: Don’t expect bombshells, increases likely to target wealthy – expert
Treasury will look to implement existing taxes more efficiently, says Ruaan van Eeden, Managing Director, Tax Advisory at Geneva Management Group.
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Sharks look to continue where they left off at Eden Park in 2018
The Sharks believe they can crack the 'Kiwi code' again like last season when they put 63 points past the Auckland Blues at Eden Park
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Lions expect backlash from embarrassed Stormers
The Stormers then will be hurting, and probably a little embarrassed after last weekend, while spirits will be high in the Lions camp
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Former Stormer Seconds to referee Super Rugby derby between Stormers and Lions
the Stormers will play in their second SA derby when they clash with the Lions at home at Newlands on Saturday
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Bucs bid to break curse of Nelspruit
Pirates must shrug off Mbombela hoodoo and beat United to keep up their title challenge
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Are you the lucky Capetonian who won R232 million in the #Powerball draw?
The winner of the biggest PowerBall jackpot of R232 million spent only R22.50 on the road to riches, and the person is yet to claim their fortune.
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Teen accused of mocking Native American vet sues Washington Post for R3.5bn
The family of the teen who was involved in an encounter with a Native American advocate filed a defamation lawsuit against The Washington Post.
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WATCH: Cops count in disbelief as 46 kids exit overloaded taxi
A PE taxi driver is expected to appear in court for overloading his minibus with a total of 48 people - 46 young school children, an adult and the driver.
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Fear as hikers with no cell service get caught in quicksand
It was like a scene out of a horror movie: two hikers, alone in the frigid wilderness with no cell reception, suddenly stumbled into a pool of quicksand.
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