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South Africa may avoid Moody’s cut with reforms, Kganyago says
South African government-bond yields could drop and the nation may hang on to its last investment-grade credit rating.
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UJ, Gauteng government to use AI to deliver mental health services to youth
The University of Johannesburg said it would introduce a web-based child and youth mental health profiling system using 4IR technologies.
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The Infonomist: How to curb personal data encroachment abuses
In South Africa, people are noticing efforts to collect data in commercial areas, public areas and residential areas … writes Wesley Diphoko.
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Coal will still play key role in SA energy mix - Mantashe
Coal will continue to play a significant role in electricity generation as the country has the resource in abundance.
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Be careful, these rugby underdogs are sneaky
The World Rugby rankings have pretty much got it right in that the top eight in the world make up this weekend’s World Cup quarter-finalists.
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Elgar: Not all doom and gloom
Dean Elgar already believes that touring India is the most “challenging” tour on the global circuit.
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Baroka keen to repeat themselves in TKO
Last season, Bakgaga achieved the improbable by winning the Telkom Knockout, a great achievement for the Limpopo club.
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Pakistan axe Sarfaraz, name Azhar as test captain
Azhar Ali is the new test skipper and putting Babar Azam in charge of the Twenty20 squad.
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Man who shot mom, sister arrested after 3 years on the run
It is alleged that on January 20, 2016, there was a fight between Naidoo and his sister, Natalie Singh. He allegedly grabbed her by her clothing and when her husband, Akesh, 42, intervened, Naidoo swore at him and grabbed him by the throat. Naidoo’s mother Neela, who died earlier this year, separated them.
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PICS: 5 dead, over 3 000 schools closed after quake hits Philippines
Classes have been indefinitely suspended for some 1.9 million students on the Philippine island of Mindanao after an earthquake which killed 5 people.
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WATCH: Boy from Belhar came back from the dead to inspire Cape Flats
Kalib is an inspiration to anyone growing up on the Cape Flats that you should never give up, regardless of the circumstances you find yourself in.
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Xenophobia isn't unique to South Africa
Africa suffers from a broader plague of intolerance, misplaced nationalism and xenophobia which must be addressed to move the continent forward.
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