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Nene instils confidence with a steady hand
The picture drawn of where Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is heading as captain of the economy is surprisingly bold.
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MPs in for shock when Nene’s cuts start biting
When MPs applauded the finance minister’s speech on the medium-term budget, they probably didn’t realise they would themselves feel the pinch.
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Pressure mounts on boss
The war between CEO Marcel Golding and the South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union has intensified.
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UIF benefits set to increase
Unemployment Insurance Fund benefits are set to increase, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant said.
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Quiet hero who turned into a beast on the track
Johannesburg - Mbulaeni Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, the South African athletics 800m star killed in a car crash in Mpumalanga on Friday morning, has been described as a “legend” and a quiet hero.
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Catrakilis kicks Province to victory
Western Province were crowned Currie Cup champions following a nailbiting win against the Golden Lions.
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Bach hails 'true Olympian' Mulaudzi
IOC president Thomas Bach said SA former world 800-metre champ Mbulaeni Mulaudzi was a “true Olympian”.
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Balotelli draws another blank
Mario Balotelli's struggles in front of goal continued as Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by Hull City.
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Best lawyers can’t conjure up a degree
The Ellen Zandile Tshabalala saga has reached crazy heights. Someone has got to end this madness, writes Jovial Rantao.
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Why Hong Kong protests are a South African issue
Though geographically distant, what is happening in Hong Kong is also very close to home for SA, writes Mmusi Maimane.
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Handbags, advisers and Jimmy Manyi
Our learned friend had secured himself a lucrative job as a special adviser to the minister, writes Mogomotsi Magome.
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The father of Zambian democracy
Kenneth Kaunda made some bad choices but always with good intentions, writes Brendan Seery.
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