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SA labour relations’ change to turn tables on the in-crowd
The deeper significance of the change in industrial relations in South Africa over the past two years cannot be ignored.
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GDP growth is always a positive sign - but is not a goal in itself
South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) – the total value of the production of goods and services in the country – grew by 0.6 percent in the second quarter. So what?
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Basil Read pushed into loss
Contractual difficulties that resulted in a high proportion of work remaining uncertified pushed listed construction group Basil Read into a loss in the six months to June.
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Spain’s tomato fiesta stained by fight over privatisation
Half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes and bathed in red goo yesterday in Spain’s Tomatina, a fiesta that draws thousands each year for “the world’s biggest food fight”.
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AB, Faf and the beautiful 328
AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis sent the Aussies packing with their record-breaking 206-run partnership.
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Arsenal sweat to qualify
Arsenal have reached the Champions League group stage after a nervy victory over Besiktas.
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Raina ton helps India to huge win
Suresh Raina's dynamic century laid the platform for world champions India's crushing 133-run win over England in the second one-day international at Cardiff.
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SA rowers in Dutch semis
Olympic gold medallists James Thompson and John Smith qualified for the semi-final of the men's lightweight double sculls at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam.
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SA court may free alleged Polish crime boss
A Polish man wanted in his home country may evade deportation from SA if a court interpreter is not found, a report has said.
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13 candidates short-listed - JSC
Thirteen candidates have been short-listed for vacancies in several courts, the Judicial Service Commission said.
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No roads, no school - Kuruman residents
A delegation led by the Minister of Basic Education has failed to convince Kuruman residents to re-open schools.
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Police must ‘wake up’ - Barry Roux
Oscar Pistorius's lawyer Barry Roux has lashed out at police inefficiency, according to a report.
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