R105m Autoport builtoff N3 in Camperdown
Grindrod has started building a R105million AutoPort just off the N3 in Camperdown, KwaZulu-Natal.
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Life Healthcare seeks new CEO to take the helm after resignation
JSE-listed private hospital group Life Healthcare is searching for a new chief executive.
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Government tries to secure R2bn in funding for struggling SAA
South Africa’s Public Enterprises Ministry said on Sunday it was talking with the Treasury to raise funds to rescue South African Airways.
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Stocks near 7-month highs
Local stocks rose to near seven-month highs on Friday.
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The Brazilians will have to wait to get hold of Musona
The Brazilians expressed their desire to beef up their squad with the services of Musona.
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Shapovalov shouts at chair umpire in shock first-round exit
Canadian young gun Denis Shapovalov raged at the chair umpire before succumbing to nerves as he crashed out of the Australian Open
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Maritzburg dreaming of a top eight finish
Maritzburg United have set their sights on a top eight Premiership finish as they edge closer to that 30-point tally.
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Rust-free Federer launches Melbourne campaign with sublime win
Playing his first competitive match since losing to Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas in the ATP Finals in November, the 38-year-old broke his opponent's serve early.
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The Year of the Rat has sprung
Over 1400 South Africans celebrated the Spring Festival in honour of the Chinese New Year, ushering in 2020 - the Year of the Rat.
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Inquest into Neil Aggett's 'suicide' in detention gets underway
Almost 40 years after he died in police custody, the inquest into anti-apartheid doctor and trade unionist Neil Aggett’s death will be reopened today.
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Crackdown on sex attacks in SANDF
'Our office will continue to play a meaningful role in making sure that the fundamental rights of those who serve are continually protected'
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Strong winds hold up internet cable repair ship, roofs damaged in several suburbs
The repair of underwater cables that failed and left parts of the continent with slow internet will have to wait for Cape Town’s weather to improve.
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