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Wonga: No SA impact from UK crackdown
A crackdown by British regulators on payday lender Wonga will have no direct impact on the company's business in South Africa.
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Wall Street stabilises after selloff
US stocks were flat as a positive reading on the labour market was not enough to entice buyers even after a sharp decline in the previous session.
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SA hedge fund assets rise 27% to R54bn
Assets under management increased by 10 billion rand to 53.6 billion rand in the 12 months through June.
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Wonga writes off R4bn in debt
Short-term lender Wonga is writing off the debt of around 330 000 customers worth about R4 billion.
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Podolski drops Arsenal exit hint
Germany midfielder Lukas Podolski wants to leave Arsenal because of a lack of playing opportunities and may move in January's transfer window.
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Cairns granted bail on perjury charge
New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns appeared in a London court to face a charge of perjury.
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WP make five changes for Cheetahs clash
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Hodgson omits Sturridge from squad
Roy Hodgson avoided another potential confrontation with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers when he omitted Daniel Sturridge from the squad for England's upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
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SA pandering to Beijing: de Lille
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DA queries late water board reports
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Sadtu is a beacon of hope: Motshekga
The SA Democratic Teachers' Union has made huge progress since apartheid when schools were “on fire”, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said.
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