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Wall Street flat at record levels
US stocks were flat as investors found few reasons to extend a rally that has taken indexes to repeated records.
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Wheat crop may fall to smallest since 2010
South African farmers may produce 4.8 percent less wheat this season than a year earlier.
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‘Three foreign banks comply with Zim indigenization law’
Three foreign banks operating in Zimbabwe have complied with the country’s local ownership law, Indigenization Minister Francis Nhema said.
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Turkish central bank holds rates
Turkey's central bank kept its key interest rate steady, following warnings from markets that further cuts would be dangerous at a time of high inflation.
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Cheetahs make enforced change
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Raina helps India to big total
Suresh Raina scored a dynamic century as India set England a stiff target in the second one-day international at Cardiff.
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Two changes for Sharks
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Olivier targets personal best
Andre Olivier says he will not rely on his usual tactical approach as he prepares to chase the clock at the penultimate Diamond League meeting.
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Court reinstates Oudsthoorn councillors
A decision to remove 12 councillors from the Oudtshoorn municipality was set aside by the Western Cape High Court.
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Pair in court for beating man to death
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Cop jailed for girlfriend’s murder
An Mpumalanga police constable who pleaded guilty to shooting dead his ex-girlfriend has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.
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Residents hack beached whale for meat
Durban - Residents of the South Coast in KwaZulu-Natal have been hacking parts of a humpback whale which washed up on the beach earlier this week, The Witness said on Wednesday.
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