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SA stocks rise as miners advance
Stocks rose as mining shares such as BHP Billiton were lifted by positive data.
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Cosatu condemns threats against Vavi
Cosatu president has condemned those who threatened to "dump" Vavi.
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US stocks extend gains into third day
Investors welcomed solid Yahoo earnings and encouraging US and China data.
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SA hedge fund regulations published
Draft regulations and explanatory memorandum for hedge funds are up for public comment.
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Carter has unfinished RWC business
All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter has unfinished business at the Rugby World Cup and will ensure that he is in peak form to remedy the situation.
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Union welcomes quotas postponement
Solidarity has welcomed reports that plans for top sporting codes to implement quotas favouring black players would be postponed.
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Tevez denies rift with Messi
Carlos Tevez has denied that a falling out with Lionel Messi is behind his ongoing absence from the Argentina side.
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Monte Carlo Masters no sweat for top trio
Grand Slam winning trio Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka all progressed to the third round of the Monte Carlo Masters with straight set victories.
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Coulson heard hacked messages
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson acknowledged that he listened to hacked voicemail messages while he was editor of the tabloid.
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Mexican mayor arrested for extortion
A Mexican mayor has been arrested on charges that he helped the Knights Templar drug cartel extort money from city council members.
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Saudis detain prominent rights lawyer
Saudi activists say authorities have detained a prominent human rights lawyer in the capital.
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Syria media killings on the rise
A spike in targeted murders of journalists in Syria landed the war-shattered country for the first time on the Committee to Protect Journalists' annual Impunity Index.
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