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Ramaphosa not really a multimillionaire
You might be surprised to know that Cyril Ramaphosa is not considered a multimillionaire.
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Investigate Lonmin fees transfers: AIDC
The transfer of over R2.3 billion in fees from Lonmin to two of its subsidiaries should be investigated, centre says.
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Alibaba jumps 40% plus on debut
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's shares surged by more than 40 percent in their first day of trading on Friday as investors jumped in to buy what looks likely to be the largest IPO in history.
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JSE stocks end lower
JSE stocks ended slightly lower as subdued commodity prices and concerns about Chinese growth pulled resource shares down.
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Chelsea can get better - Jose
Jose Mourinho believes that Chelsea can still improve despite a perfect start to their Premier League campaign.
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Lions well placed after win
Golden Lions coach Johan Ackermann says his team is well-placed in the Currie Cup following their victory over the Pumas.
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Rooney will always play - Van Gaal
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has suggested Wayne Rooney has “privileges” as he prepares his side to travel to Leicester.
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Ivanovic reaches Tokyo final
Ana Ivanovic overcame a slow start to beat top seed Angelique Kerber in the semi-final of the Pan Pacific Open.
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Women ‘sleuths’ get rhino poachers nabbed
Three Zululand women on a game drive in the Kruger National park stopped a gang of rhino poachers in their tracks.
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Survivor tells of nightmare under rubble
A survivor of the Nigerian church disaster said that the images of dead bodies strewn in the rubble would be etched in her mind forever.
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Creche owner innocent, judge rules
Two judges spared a former creche owner from serving jail time, after they set aside convictions related to allegations she sedated children.
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New Zealand's National party secures third term
Prime Minister John Key's party received 48.1 percent of the vote, improving its performance from the previous vote in 2011.
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