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Eskom interdict angers union
The National Union of Mineworkers have expressed anger at Eskom having obtained a strike interdict against workers.
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Not everyone happy about wage deal
The National Employers' Association of SA has sustained its opposition to the three-year wage deal in the metals industry.
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US consumer confidence rises
US consumer confidence increased for the third consecutive month in July, hitting its highest level since October 2007.
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SA hikes maize forecast to 14m tonnes
South Africa has raised its forecast of maize output for 2014 to 14.017 million tonnes.
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'Downs must prioritise this season'
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane admits it's impossible for teams to fully commit to all four domestic tournaments.
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Shaw not fit enough for Van Gaal
Man United manager Louis van Gaal has ordered Luke Shaw to train alone, saying the he is “not very fit”.
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Unchanged Proteas squad for Zim Test
Cricket South Africa named an unchanged Proteas squad for the one-off Test against Zimbabwe in Harare.
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Waratahs name unchanged side
The Waratahs are injury-free and have named an unchanged lineup for their Super Rugby final against the Crusaders.
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Cops were ‘under Lonmin’s influence’
Lonmin unduly influenced the SA Police Service to act against protesting Marikana miners, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard.
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Ex-Hawks’ 419 case postponed
A graft case involving two former Hawks members was again postponed in a Cape Town court due to an “overcrowded” court roll.
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KZN man killed for his cellphone
A 62-year old KwaMashu man was shot and killed by unknown men who demanded his cellphone.
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Gauteng announces housing budget
The 2014/2015 budget for the Gauteng department of human settlements is R5 billion, human settlements MEC Jacob Mamabolo said.
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