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Strike worsens metal sector performance
The ongoing metals and engineering strike is likely to worsen performance in the sector, Seifsa said.
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Rand eases as industry, mining contract
The South African rand weakened against the dollar after data showed manufacturing output had slowed beyond expectations.
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Massmart sales growth climbs
Massmart Holdings said sales growth rallied during the first half of the year as consumers spent more on building supplies amid a rise in the inflation rate.
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Yellow maize drops to 3-year low
South African yellow corn futures dropped to the lowest level in almost three years as the harvest progressed.
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Messi can be shackled
Dutch defenders were able to subdue Lionel Messi for most of the semi-final between Argentina and the Netherlands.
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Cook fails as India take charge
England captain Alastair Cook's poor run of scores continued as India seized control of the first Test at Trent Bridge.
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Germany takes tiki-taka to another level
Germany has taken the "tiki-taka" passing game so intrinsically used by Spain to another level at the World Cup.
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Serena withdraws from Swedish Open
World number one Serena Williams has pulled out of next week's Swedish Open after failing to recover from the illness which dramatically ended her Wimbledon campaign.
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Police won’t push for penis picture
Authorities in Virginia will not serve a search warrant for evidence in a sexting case against a teenager.
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Call girl’s lover died of an overdose
Police are digging into the background of the prostitute linked to the death of Google executive Forrest Hayes.
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Heroic teen praised after Texas shooting
Teenager Cassidy Stay suffered a bullet wound to the head - but she managed to dial 911 to warn police of a gunman.
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Policeman accused of raping boys
A policeman accused of raping two 14-year-old boys is expected to appear in the Blue Downs Magistrate’s Court.
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