Load Shedding Losses

Load shedding has become a part of South African culture, it has grown and wrapped itself around citizens of South Africa just as a python would wrap itself around its pray.

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Tragedy Strikes as Church Collapses in Nigeria

The Synagogue Church of All Nations in Nigeria was once a place of Zen and peace, but now a place of death and destruction. 

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Shaping Up For Summer

So summer is here and for many people that means hitting the water parks, swimming pools and beaches. 

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Rossi on Form for Title Bid

The great Valentino Rossi has led his Yamaha to victory as he claimed his first win of 2014 at the San Mariano Moto GP 

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Turkish rating threat puts debt at risk
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s threat to cut ties with rating companies risks harming investor sentiment toward corporate borrowers.
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Asya evokes Abil as investors exit
The stocks and bond market rout at Turkey’s Bank Asya is starting to resemble the investor panic that overwhelmed African Bank Investments Limited (Abil) last month.
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US stocks reacting rationally?
When we step back to look at the bigger picture, we still see more reasons to be positive than negative and are optimistic about the US equity market.
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Scottish No vote has its issues
There was a “Phew!” of relief in London as it became clear that after three centuries of marriage, Scotland and England have decided not to divorce.
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He’s not for sale Louis: Roma
Roma on Sunday slapped a not-for-sale tag on Kevin Strootman amid reports that United are still after him.
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SA born Kockott gets French draft
SA born scrum-half Rory Kockott looks set to make his debut for France after being named in a squad for a training camp.
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New swim sensation strikes gold
Japan swim sensation Kosuke Hagino produced an astonishing upset in the men’s 200m freestyle at the Asian Games.
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FA boss blows whistle on gift-giving
The English FA should lead the way in rejecting a culture of gift-giving in soccer, the body’s Greg Dyke said on Sunday.
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Phiyega under fire over Ngcobo
Two ex police bosses have taken on Riah Phiyega in her fight with suspended crime intelligence head Major-General Chris Ngcobo.
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Our R140bn crime rip-off
South Africa forked out R140bn last year to prevent crime, and we're still not safe, say experts.
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‘Hell road’ claims another biker
Community says oil spills, aggressive driving and a lack of policing are putting riders at risk on Solomon Mahlangu Drive.
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Clermont informal settlers ordered to move
People who do not want to move out of an informal settlement in Clermont to make way for a housing development have been served with eviction notices.
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