Shame corporates who colluded with state capture - Gordhan
Parliament should lead a campaign to shame big firms who were collusive in the state capture scandal, Minister Pravin Gordhan said.
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Sygnia to shut down SA hedge funds over fee racket
Chief executive of Sygnia, Magda Wierzycka said hedge funds are failing to work as designed.
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Safcoin launches Africa focused cryptocurrency
The digital currency is the brainchild of Pretoria brothers, Neil and Tony Ferreira.
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Pape Fund Managers in 51% BEE deal
Pape has acquired a 48.3percent equity interest in the Laser Group for an undisclosed amount through the transaction.
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Cupido's dream coming true under Benni
With McCarthy himself having benefited from opportunity afforded him as a young player, he is doing the same for players he deems fit to go places
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Croatia World Cup keeper Subasic retires
Danijel Subasic decided to call it a day after spending a decade in the last vestige of defence for the Croatia national team
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Where in the world is Curwin?
This time last year Bosch was in the Bok match 23 preparing to play Argentina, on Saturday he will be watching from the stands... or from home
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Polokwane City v Baroka FC: Who'll be first to blink on derby day?
Will Rise and Shine win their first game of the season on derby day or can Bakgaga continue to punch above their weight in the Absa Premiership.
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Jewish Board hails 'unsung heroine' Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe
South Africa owes Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe gratitude for her role in the fight against the apartheid regime, the SA Jewish Board of Deputies said.
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School pupils finding common ground in the Valley of a Thousand Hills
Generation We is a peer-to-peer initiative to share stories and get to know one another
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#Marikana should have been wake-up call for police, says ISS
The Marikana massacre should have been a turning point for policing in South Africa, the Institute for Security Studies’ Gareth Newham said.
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Mosque 'bomb' suspect set to apply for bail
A man arrested in connection with a device resembling a bomb planted at the Taqwa mosque in Gauteng earlier this month will apply for bail, MPs heard.
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