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Mr Price rallies as profits beat slump
Mr Price Group headed for a one-month high after reporting earnings gains that ran counter to a consumer-spending slump.
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Tesco: Many ways to win back shoppers
Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis said there was more the retailer could do on prices but it was not the only way for the embattled British supermarket to win back lost market share.
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Buffett copycats risk a pounding
It's not been a good time for Warren Buffett wannabes.
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Cabinet approves SAA board changes
Two people have been appointed to the SA Airways board and six resignations accepted, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said.
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Titans target Cobras scalp
Titans are targeting two wins in a row in the domestic one-day series, with their first assignment against the Cobras.
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Serena batters Bouchard
Serena Williams was back to her brilliant best as she swatted aside Eugenie Bouchard in her final round robin match at the WTA Final.
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Bafana up ten places in Fifa rankings
Bafana Bafana jumped ten places to 57th in the latest world rankings released by Fifa.
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Mario, Rodgers under Anfield spotlight
Under-pressure Liverpool taskmaster Brendan Rodgers will tackle troubled striker Mario Balotelli over both a half-time shirt-swap and a pedestrian effort against Real Madrid.
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Limited funding for graft fight: Nene
Treasury is reluctant to throw good money after bad by over-committing funds to recover state money lost to corruption, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said.
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Cosatu CEC to test ANC’s influence
This week’s CEC meeting will show whether the ANC has enough clout to prevent Numsa being expelled, a political analyst says.
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Pigeon racing not banned: dept
Pigeon racing has not been banned, the environmental affairs department clarified after the NSPCA released a statement saying the sport is now illegal.
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Grace Mugabe to run for president
Zimbabwe's first lady has announced her candidacy to succeed her husband, Robert Mugabe, when he leaves office.
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