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S&P set for seventh quarterly gain
US stock index futures were modestly higher, indicating a rebound from the previous session's decline as investors once again used a pullback as a buying opportunity.
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Kganyago: SARB should keep inflation focus
South Africa's central bank has little policy room to boost demand in the economy and it should keep its focus on taming inflation, Deputy Governor Lesetja Kganyago said.
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SA trade deficit soars to R16.3bn
South Africa's trade deficit more than doubled to R16.3 billion in August from a revised R6.82 billion shortfall in July.
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Emerging stocks set for quarterly loss
Emerging equities were set for their biggest quarterly loss in more than a year and currencies traded at multi-months low against a rising dollar.
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New Giroud deal sorted - Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said that a new contract for French striker Olivier Giroud was a “done” deal.
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Rabada excites Proteas selector
National convenor of selectors Andrew Hudson said 'there was something special' about under-19 World Cup winner Kagiso Rabada.
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Wits has Swallows in their sights
In order to avoid inactivity, Wits coach Gavin Hunt said it was crucial his side advanced to the quarterfinal of the Telkom Knockout and maintain their momentum.
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Bulls change two for Pumas
Blue Bulls coach Frans Ludeke made two rotational changes for his team's Currie Cup clash against Pumas in Nelspruit.
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Nkandla hearings despite burglary
The burglary at the KZN Public Servants Association will not affect the Nkandla-linked disciplinary hearings.
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Warning against vandalising flood signs
People who vandalise or remove road signs associated with flood warnings will be arrested, the Nelson Mandela Bay metro.
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ANC Gauteng not autonomous
The ANC in Gauteng does not operate outside the guidelines set down by the mother body, provincial leaders.
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Malema has another year in Parliament
EFF leader Julius Malema has been given another year in Parliament after his corruption case was postponed to 2015.
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