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Signs of hope for housing market in third quarter
The RE/MAX National Housing Report showed that the national lockdown brought the housing market to a standstill.
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Bidvest McCarthy employees plan to strike over ‘unjust’ job cuts
The workers are accusing the company of using Covid-19 as an “excuse” to get rid of employees.
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Pan African Resources expects to be debt-free within the next 12 months
Pan African Resources expects to be debt-free within the next 12 months on the back of the record gold price.
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South African cement industry at rock bottom
The cement and construction industry has almost halved in capacity since last year.
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Barca's Griezmann injured, likely to miss title run-in
Antoine Griezmann, who has had an underwhelming season since an €120-million move from Atletico Madrid last year, came off at halftime and a statement from Barca on Sunday said he had injured his right thigh.
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England's Denly not good enough, says Vaughan
Joe Denly managed 18 and 29 in the first test against the West Indies and has now gone without a fifty in his last eight innings.
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Unshackled is the only way to go for Proteas’ match-winning genius
For those who believe professional sportsmen should be held to a disciplined standard, hearing De Kock speak that way probably sounds painful. There’ll be others wondering if he’s getting the best out of his unique natural talents, who’ll be concerned.
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Ronaldinho loses appeal for release from house arrest
The 40-year-year-old and his older sibling Roberto Assis spent more than a month in prison for allegedly entering the South American country with fake passports, reports Xinhua news agency.
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Outcry after events company bills R76 million for three state funerals
The company maintains that the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure knew the prices it was paying before the funerals.
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'It is very important for us blacks to venture into farming and make it fashionable'
Engineer-turned-farmer Floyd Tshivhase is helping feed people and employ them and nothing - not even surgery - can deter him.
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German antibody study dampens hopes of coronavirus vaccine
A study by scientists in Munich suggests coronavirus antibodies may not remain in the body longer than a few months.
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South Africa now has the 10th highest number of Covid-19 cases
As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases jumps to 12.75 million worldwide, these are the countries most affected:
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