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China food scare hits KFC, Pizza Hut sales
A television expose showing improper meat handling by one of its Chinese suppliers caused “significant, negative” damage to sales at its KFC and Pizza Hut restaurants over the past 10 days, Yum Brands said.
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Investec's operating income flat
South African investment bank Investec reported a one percent rise in first-quarter operating income, while bad debt losses fell 17 percent.
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Sappi reports quarterly profit
Sappi, the world’s biggest producer of dissolving wood pulp, reported a third quarter profit.
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NUM, Kumba sign wage agreement
The National Union of Mineworkers has signed a three-year wage deal with Kumba Iron Ore which includes an increase of 18 percent for the lowest paid worker.
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Suarez ‘too good’ for Arsenal - Gerrard
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has revealed he told former team-mate Luis Suarez he was “too good” to join Arsenal.
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Kallis didn’t want to let Proteas down
Graeme Smith says Jacques Kallis retired because he could not face the possibility of letting down the Proteas.
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Lukaku joins Everton for £28m
Everton broke their club transfer record when they paid £28 million to sign striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea.
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Tiger eyes another triumph in Akron
Tiger Woods is seeking to jump start a 2014 campaign hindered by injury.
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SA envoys work to end Gaza conflict
SA’s envoys to the Middle East have agreed to try to call an international conference to end the conflict there, sources said.
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Havoc in Pinetown as police, taxi drivers clash
Pinetown’s CBD came to a standstill for more than six hours as police and taxi drivers squared off.
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Spike in unemployment in Cape
The Western Cape has seen the biggest spike in unemployment since the start of the year, Statistics SA announced.
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Sadtu denies longer holidays reports
Sadtu has refuted media reports that it had ever called for longer holidays but says schools need more support staff.
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