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SA stocks mark time ahead of budget speech

South African stocks treaded water on Monday ahead of a budget speech later in the week, even as investors continued to hammer Johannesburg-listed bullion producers such as Anglo Gold Ashanti.


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SA pushes for uni-visa to curb illegal migration

South Africa is still pushing for a uni-visa to curb illegal migration to the region.


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Tougher policies needed to transform industries

Some businesses have called on Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene, to ring-fence certain of the government's projects in order to fast-track the radical economic transformation.


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Alcoholic rooibos drinks soon available

Fans of rooibos and honeybush tea can anticipate more bite with their antioxidants as the local fynbos plants are now being used to make alcoholic beverages.


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Education system burdened by over-aged learners

The report by the Basic Education Department last year pointed out that there were learners as old as 26 years in Grade 7 to 12.


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Regina Mohlomi questioned on EFF chaos in parly

The National Assembly's Sergeant at Arms faced pressing questions about the role she played on the day chaos erupted in the National Assembly during President Jacob Zuma's oral reply session.


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Paedophiles target young children online

Young children often become the target of paedophiles and bullies on the internet.


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SA to host Global Watch Summit

South Africa will stake its claim against racism and discrimination in sport when it plays host to the Global Watch Summit in November.


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SA to host Global Watch Summit

South Africa will stake its claim against racism and discrimination in sport when it plays host to the Global Watch Summit in November.


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South Africa rejects hosting African Nations Cup

South Africa is not ready to host the Africa Cup of Nations in January if Morocco withdraws because of the Ebola epidemic, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said Monday.


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South Africa rejects hosting African Nations Cup

South Africa is not ready to host the Africa Cup of Nations in January if Morocco withdraws because of the Ebola epidemic, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said Monday.


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Klaasen back in world's top 20

South African doubles player, Raven Klaasen, moved up two places in the ATP world tennis rankings on Monday to 20th position.


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Klaasen back in world's top 20

South African doubles player, Raven Klaasen, moved up two places in the ATP world tennis rankings on Monday to 20th position.


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Homeless World Cup kicks off in Chile

International teams gathered in Santiago de Chile for the 12th annual Homeless World Cup where 54 teams from 42 countries come together to play soccer.


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On SABC 1 today

20:00Skeem Saam S3
20:30Down My Street (Kowethu) S1
21:00Soccer Zone 2014/15
22:0020 Years And Free S1
23:00Shift S12
SABC2

On SABC 2 today

20:00Gauteng Maboneng S2
20:30Setswana / Sesotho 2014/15
21:00Muvhango S15
21:30Dangerous Method, A (2011)
23:15Open University S4
SABC3

On SABC 3 today

20:002 Broke Girls S1
20:30Survivor S24: One World
21:30Transporter, The S1
22:30Csi: New York S3
23:25Sportswrap 2014

 


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