Manuel joins Rothchild as an adviser
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel has been appointed senior adviser to the Rothschild Group.
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Rand ends 3-day slide
The rand firmed for the first session in three days against the dollar, as the greenback took a breather.
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SA's credit growth slows to 8.78%
Growth in credit demand from South Africa's private sector slowed to 8.78 percent year-on-year in August from 9.77 percent in July.
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Tough times put dent in Accéntuate results
A continuation of the deterioration in the manufacturing and construction industries, prolonged industrial action, severe upward pressure on raw material and fuel prices, and depressed government infrastructure expenditure dented the financial results of Accéntuate in the year to June.
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Wawrinka stunned by wildcard
Japanese wildcard entry Tatsuma Ito upset Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka to advance to the second round of the Japan Open.
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Mickelson’s act of betrayal
Everything Phil Mickelson said in the most dramatic press conference imaginable made sense but you cannot humiliate your captain in such a setting.
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Pressure mounting on Pardew
Another defeat for Newcastle has reopened the debate over the future of beleaguered manager Alan Pardew.
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United can frighten opponents - RVP
Robin van Persie believes Manchester United's expensively-assembled forward line have it in them to frighten their opponents.
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Catalonia referendum blocked by court
Spain’s Constitutional Court has provisionally blocked a proposed independence referendum by the Spanish province of Catalonia.
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Australia on alert for home-grown threats
Australian police have raided several homes in Melbourne as part of a crackdown on radical Islamists.
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US, Kurds target Islamic State in Syria
US warplanes have attacked Islamic State targets in Syria during raids that a monitoring group said killed civilians as well as jihadist fighters.
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Netanyahu: Iran poses bigger threat than IS
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned the UN that a nuclear-armed Tehran would pose a greater threat than “militant Islamists on pickup trucks”.
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