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OPINION: What Budget 2020 means for real estate sector
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s had the unenviable task today to deliver some rather unfavourable news to the nation.
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South African startup which sells canned wine sniffs new export opportunity
A South African startup is hoping to cash in on a growing global taste for canned wines as a lighter, more convenient alternative to bottles.
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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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Giro d'Italia at risk as UCI monitors coronavirus outbreak
The Giro begins in Budapest on May 9 and ends in Milan on May 31 with several stages in northern Italy.
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FIFA to launch global review of match calendar
FIFA is to launch a major "once and for all" review of the international match calendar, which governs the dates of major competitions and tournaments.
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Grant Roelofsen knocking on Proteas door
Grant Roelofsen from the Dolphins is no doubt one of the rising stars in South African domestic cricket.
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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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Phones belonging to Ayanda Dlodlo and other SSA officials found to be cloned
Mobile phones belonging to State Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo, her deputy and several officials from the SSA were found this week to have been cloned, Dlodlo's spokesman said.
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Donald Trump accuses CNN, MSNBC of making coronavirus look 'as bad as possible'
US President Donald Trump accused two cable TV channels of presenting the danger from the coronavirus in as bad a light as possible.
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Eskom announces increased probability of load shedding 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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