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African infrastructure is lagging behind
Africa’s infrastructure requirements are estimated to be between R1.6 trillion, far higher than the previous estimation of $93bn a year.
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Bitcoin soars after dip under R120 000 in white-knuckle ride
Bitcoin plunged below $10,000 (R 122407.50) for the first time in six weeks before staging a rally to trade virtually unchanged.
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Black Friday boost for retail stores
JSE-listed retail stocks rallied after Statistics SA posted an 8.2% year-on-year growth in retail sales for November 2017, exceeding expectations.
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#SARB maintains repo rate at 6.75%
The South African Reserve bank maintains repurchase rate at 6.75 percent per annum
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Wenger: Sanchez likely to join Manchester United in Mkhitaryan swap deal
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Alexis Sanchez will play against Crystal Palace on Saturday if he does not join Manchester United.
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Stokes court date clashes with England return
Ben Stokes's return to international cricket could be further delayed as he faces having to be in court the day he was due to play a T20 match.
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Ngidi debuts on ICC rankings, Rabada loses number one Test bowler spot
Kagiso Rabada’s reign as the number-one ranked Test bowler lasted just one Test as he has slipped behind James Anderson in the latest ICC rankings.
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Aggressive Halep crushes Bouchard to keep dream alive
World number one Simona Halep kept her quest for a maiden Grand Slam on course by cruising into the third round of the Australian Open on Thursday.
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Eyelashes freeze, temperatures sink to -66°C in Earth's coldest village
Eyelashes freeze, frostbite is a constant danger and cars are usually kept running even when not being used, lest their batteries die in temperatures.
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Smelly tap water safe to drink, says City of Ekurhuleni
Ekurhuleni residents have been advised not to worry about the smell of their tap water because the odour is associated with warm temperatures.
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LOOK: Rembrandt Park shootout leaves two dead, another critical
Two suspects have died after police foiled an attempted business robbery in Rambrandt Park, north of Joburg on Thursday afternoon.
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Ramaphosa must put interim president speculation to rest
President Zuma's camp is pushing to have him replaced by an interim leader as an excuse to prolong his disastrous rule for their own benefit.
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