Amazon to open Manchester office as it adds 1000 British jobs is opening its first office in Manchester, northern England, and expanding two other centres.
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OPEC, allies struggle to fully deliver pledged oil output boost
OPEC is struggling to add barrels to the market after agreeing in June to increase output.
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Dell to take $21.7bn tracking stock offer to December vote
Dell will ask holders of “tracking stock” tied to VMware Inc to vote on its $21.7 billion cash-and-stock offer to buy it back from them on December 11.
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LinkedIn partners with YES to tackle SA youth unemployment
SA’s Youth Employment Service (YES) is a business-led collaboration with government and labour to create work opportunities for young people.
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SA's Commonwealth Games 100m champ Simbine looking to up the ante in Doha
Simbine and his coach is hatching a plan for the sprinter to to improve his 100m time and medal at next year's World Championships
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Kohli, Sharma star in India's big ODI win
India captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma starred with the bat as India demolished the Windies in Guwahati
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Clinical Pilskova takes down defending champ Wozniacki in Lion City
The triumph in Singapore was sweet revenge for Pliskova, who lost to Wozniacki in the semis at last year's WTA Finals
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#SowetoDerby: Three key areas for Chiefs coach Solinas and Pirates mentor Sredojevic
A fixture that has repeatedly been criticised for lacking the goals to match the crowds it attracts returns this Saturday as Orlando Pirates host Kaizer Chiefs.
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SA must end arms sales to countries complicit in human rights abuses
Sisulu’s attempts to resurrect South Africa’s credibility in international forums, however, is met with deep-seated apathy among some officials.
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How to help victims of devastating Khayelitsha, Kosovo fire disasters
City of Cape Town officials are in the process of issuing kits for people to start rebuilding their homes after this past week's fire in Khayelitsha.
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Tito Mboweni bemoans public sector wages, state capture 'shenanigans'
Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni warned hard discussions needed to be held on the exorbitant public sector salary bill.
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Meet the guardian of SA's petrified forest
Benny Mbotho loves guiding people through a rare collection of 80-million-year-old fossils hidden on a stretch of beach on the border of the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal
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