The next trade war could be a food fight
In a time of warfare, a country doesn't want to suddenly discover that it relies on far-off trading partners for the goods its people or military need.
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Tourism is booming in US but no hotel jobs
Tourism is thriving in the nation's capital, with the District of Columbia's visitors bureau declaring a record year for US foot traffic in 2016.
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Apple music grows and wants to pay labels less
In the two years since its release, Apple Music has been gunning for Spotify's top spot a top the music streaming world.
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Artificial intelligence to make travel smarter
The Terminator wants to be your next travel agent.
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The main ladies of the Women’s World Cup
It is not just the cash on offer that has improved, but also the quality of cricket and star players across all the teams on display.
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Not pretty, but Boks get the job done
It was always going to be a big ask for the Springboks after inspirational leader Warren Whiteley cried off before kickoff with a groin injury, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.
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Federer takes aim at ninth Halle title
Despite a shock exit from Stuttgart on his comeback last week, Roger Federer has improved in Halle and has not lost a set.
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Ex-SA champ Simon Magakwe tries to get back on track
Simon Magakwe went through a “roller-coaster of emotions” during his ban, admitting he was ready to hang up his running boots and call it quits, writes Sameer Naik.
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‘My body, my business’
Peter Machen meets two film-makers who are determined to shift attitudes to sex workers
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PICS: Pretoria vigilante group's missing victim found
One of two men who were brutally attacked and assaulted by a mob in the community of Salvokop earlier this week has been taken to hospital.
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Ramaphosa is the only one who can save the ANC: Cosatu
Cosatu boss Solly Phetoe says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is the only person who can save the African National Congress and restore its dignity.
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Rustenburg mayor snubs NUM youth marchers
The Rustenburg municipality has denied that mayor Mpho Khunou disrespected the NUM Youth Structure by failing to be present to accept a memorandum from protesters.
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