Two Namibian ministers resign after WikiLeaks exposes fisheries corruption scandal
Fisheries minister Bernhard Esau and justice minister Sacky Shanghala allegedly secured massive kickbacks from one of Iceland's biggest fishing firms in return for securing fishing licenses.
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Nedbank to pay for mortgages under new rewards scheme
South Africa’s Nedbank could pay off mortgages or fund holidays for a small number of customers that exhibit good financial behaviour.
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See the winners of the 2019 AfricaCom awards
All the stars were out for the 12th annual AfricaCom Awards ceremony last night, which was held in Cape Town under the canopy of a perfect night sky.
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EY names southern Africa’s top entrepreneurs
Southern Africa’s top three entrepreneurs have been named at the 22nd Annual EY World Entrepreneur Awards.
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Players’ mental health becoming major issue in cricket
The first test of the home summer starts in Brisbane next week and Australia has three players out of the selection frame because of mental health reasons.
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No kit sponsor, no problem for Arrows
Mato Madlala insisted she is not bothered at all about playing without such a sponsor.
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Liverpool go for unsettled star Sancho
Jadon Sancho wants to leave Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool are the latest club to show firm interest in signing the forward.
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Glamorgan stint set SA-born Marnus Labuschagne up for Ashes success
A technical change in his batting prompted by the advice of his coach in county cricket prepared Australia's Marnus Labuschagne for the 2019 Ashes.
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Make advance driving a compulsory skill for public transport drivers, says Mamabolo
All public transport drivers could soon be forced to have advanced driving licences as part of curbing fatalities on the roads in Gauteng if MEC Jacob Mamabolo has his way.
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Vodacom eager to reduce 2G network to aid with 5G rollout
Vodacom is aiming to reduce the amount of spectrum required for its 2G network and repurpose it in smaller batches to aid its 5G network rollout.
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We need to think differently to achieve local government goals, says Dlamini Zuma
Those working in the local government sphere must “think differently”, the cooperative governance minister told an international gathering of local government leaders.
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Cape Town's billing service to go offline for system upgrades
This will affect, among others, municipal account enquiries, applications for rates rebates and applications for debt payment arrangements.
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