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Tax Justice SA 'cautiously' welcomes Tito Mboweni's promise on illicit trade
Civil society group Tax Justice SA said it welcomed, with caution, the promise made by finance minister Tito Mboweni during his budget speech to crack down on illicit and criminal economic activities.
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Luno will now allow customers to trade Ripple on its platform
South African cryptocurrency exchange, Luno, will now allow customers to trade Ripple (XRP) on its platform.
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Sentiment towards SA economy brightens as Tito Mboweni charms market
The rand gained 0.5 percent as Finance Minister Tito Mboweni kicked off the Budget Speech with mention of tax cuts to the tune of R14bn.
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Curro shares tank over poor results
Strategy to retain learners in a weak economy hurts revenue and drags down recurring headline earnings
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Sundowns won't be facing an intimidating crowd this time in Cairo
The Brazilians take on Egyptian giants Al Ahly in the first leg of their CAF Champions League quarter-final at Cairo International Stadium on Saturday.
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Liverpool can remain unbeaten in title run, says Shearer
Liverpool, who equalled the English top-flight record of 18 straight victories this week, are having a freak season and could remain unbeaten.
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Stormers have no excuse not to get some rhythm on attack against the Blues, says Dobson
The Stormers beat the Jaguares 17-7 in slippery conditions in Cape Town at the weekend.
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Japan continue Olympics plans as coronavirus disrupts sport
Japan on Wednesday vowed to continue preparing to host this year's Olympics as the outbreak of the coronavirus caused further disruption to international sport.
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Eskom announces increased probability of loadshedding on Thursday
No loadshedding was expected on Thursday, but the possibility of rotational blackouts had increased due to the loss of additional generation units, Eskom said.
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Tax Justice SA 'cautiously' welcomes Tito Mboweni's promise on illicit trade
Civil society group Tax Justice SA said it welcomed, with caution, the promise made by finance minister Tito Mboweni during his budget speech to crack down on illicit and criminal economic activities.
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Lucky Star pilchards not affected by recall
Lucky Star, makers of Lucky Star tinned pilchards, had not been affected by a recent recall of pilchards produced by West Point Processors, the company said.
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New deadline for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane panel
Political parties represented in Parliament will have to make fresh nominations of persons to serve on a panel of experts to look into the motion calling for the removal from office of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
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