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Omnia's woes mount amid looming losses
Chemicals company Omnia told investors on Friday that it anticipated hefty losses for the year to March.
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Cyril Ramaphosa expected to shore up business confidence
President Ramaphosa is expected to use this week's State of the Nation address (Sona) to shore up business confidence.
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Huawei delays global launch of foldable phone by three months
Huawei will delay the launch of its much-touted foldable 5G Mate X smartphone by three months.
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Coca-Cola Beverages SA Mintirho Foundation raises R240m, creating 1540 jobs
Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) Mintirho Foundation, has reached a significant milestone with R240 million in funding.
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#CricketWorldCup: England bats first against Afghanistan
England skipper Eoin Morgan was given the all-clear after suffering a back spasm
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Former UEFA chief Platini questioned in Qatar World Cup probe
Michel Platini was elected UEFA president in 2007 and served as president until 2015
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Crusaders close in on Super Rugby perfect 10
New Zealand's Crusaders are well on their way to a 10th Super Rugby title, suggests Jacques van der Westhuyzen
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Jaco Peyper the only SA official named for Super Rugby quarters
SANZAAR has named the match officials for the weekend's Super Rugby matches
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How road closures for #SONA will affect traffic
The City of Cape Town on Tuesday advised on temporary road closures in the central business district to accommodate SONA to be held in Parliament.
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LOOK: 17 dead after motorboat sinks off Java
At least 17 people, including four children, died after a motorboat sank in choppy waters off the Indonesian island of Java, an official said.
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EU wants military probed after #SudanMassacre
The European Union has laid the blame for the massacre of Sudanese protesters squarely at the feet of the Transitional Military Council and has called for an investigation.
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Rwandan teacher sues Uganda for $1m after illegal arrest and torture
A Rwandan school teacher is demanding $1 million in damages from Uganda over allegations that he was illegally arrested and tortured in the country.
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