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Amazon posts quarterly loss
For chief executive Jeff Bezos, it’s turning into a season of worsts.
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More nuclear meetings on cards
The SA Nuclear Energy Corporation aims to hold meetings with nuclear experts from various countries soon.
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300 plus Telkom managers retrenched
More than 300 Telkom managers have left the company voluntarily in the landline provider's restructuring process.
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US futures decline on Amazon results
US stock index futures fell, putting the S&P 500 on track to trim its weekly advance.
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When Mario Balotelli scored for Man City at Old Trafford he lifted his shirt to reveal a 'Why Always Me?' message.
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Suarez will make El Clasico debut
Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has confirmed that Luis Suarez will make his long-awaited debut for the club in El Clasico.
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An Epic launch with Els wine
The Cape summer morning mist made the pre-reveal ride of the prologue of the Absa Cape Epic more fun, says Kevin McCallum.
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Nadal pulls out of Paris Masters
Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the ATP Paris Masters citing personal reasons, the French Tennis Federation said.
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Numsa gets two week reprieve
Cosatu's central executive committee will meet again in two weeks, when discussions on Numsa's future will continue.
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TB Joshua offers R50k for victims’ burial
The Synagogue Church of All Nations will give R50 000 towards funeral expenses for the victims of the church building collapse.
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Botswana opposition confident of victory
The party that has ruled the southern African country for nearly 50 years faces a tough challenge from the recently united opposition.
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SA pledges to help Lesotho
South Africa, in the spirit of former ANC president Oliver Tambo, will stand by Lesotho as it works towards a better future, deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said.
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