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Wall Street rises on tech strength
US stocks were higher, lifted by strength in technology shares, but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were on track for a negative month in September.
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JSe stocks end down
South African bullion producers such as Harmony Gold remained under pressure, weighing on the wider market.
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SA wheat-output forecast hiked
South Africa raised its estimate for wheat production this year by 0.6 percent, the Crop Estimates Committee said.
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BHP, Transnet sign R24bn coal deal
Transnet signed a 10-year, 24 billion-rand coal-haulage deal with miner BHP Billiton to transport the fuel to the country’s ports.
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Under-cooked United consider extra friendlies
Manchester United are considering playing midweek friendlies abroad to help manager Louis van Gaal prepare for Premier League matches.
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Spencer counting on Kings’ commitment
Eastern Province Kings coach Carlos Spencer hopes his inexperienced side's commitment will pull them through in the Currie Cup encounter against Griquas.
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Schalk out to make impact against AB’s
Four years since his last appearance against the All Blacks, Springbok flanker Schalk Burger will once again be looking to make an impact when the two archrivals face off at the Ellis Park Stadium.
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New Giroud deal sorted - Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said that a new contract for French striker Olivier Giroud was a “done” deal.
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US envoy warns against press censorship
Beware attempts to censor the media, such as SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's recent suggestion that journalists be licensed, US ambassador Patrick Gaspard said.
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Letter: ‘Black muck’ no mystery
Vetch's Beach is being systematically smothered to death by the eThekwini Municipality, says Johnny Vassilaros.
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Blaze guts Mongolian five-star hotel site
A blaze tore through the construction site of Mongolia's first five-star hotel, although the reason for the downtown Ulan Bator fire remains unclear.
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EU exit 'wouldn't break my heart: Cameron
Prime Minister David Cameron said he would not be heartbroken if Britain left the European Union because he felt little attachment to a relationship he said was not serving British interests.
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