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Rand slightly firmer
The South African rand ended slightly firmer to the dollar, although it struggled to find momentum given the lack of market-moving news.
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LVMH results chills luxury goods sector
The outlook for the luxury goods industry darkened as poor results from industry leader LVMH showed how the strong euro and political protests in Hong Kong were major factors curbing spending by Chinese and Russian customers.
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Ride app Uber gets respite
Uber, whose smartphone app summons rides at the touch of a button, won a new lease of life in the German city of Hamburg on Friday when a court suspended a ban imposed by local regulators.
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JSE stocks drift lower
South African stocks were little changed as an advance by Lonmin Plc offset a decline in Sibanye Gold, which was hammered after a trading update.
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Van Gaal told me to be his assistant - Giggs
Ryan Giggs says Louis Van Gaal did not ask him if he wanted to be Van Gaal's assistant, but rather told him he would be.
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Drogba returns to Chelsea
Striker Didier Drogba has returned to Premier League giants Chelsea on a one-year contract.
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Khune wants lots of goals
Kaizer Chiefs hope the Carling Black Label Cup will produce a high-scoring match at the FNB Stadium.
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Van der Burgh off to a good start
Cameron van der Burgh comfortably started his campaign in the pool on the second day of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
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‘Ignoring Palestine betrays Mandela’
Ignoring the plight of Palestinians was equal to betraying former president Nelson Mandela's legacy, Julius Malema said.
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Appropriation Bill passed
Parliament has passed the Appropriation Bill and the budgets for 38 government departments amid opposition protests.
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Premier condemns EFF looting
The EFF claim to represent the working class yet looted their shops when they “stormed” the Gauteng legislature, David Makhura said.
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Axe accused ‘unaware’ of actions
Ex-Blue Bull Joseph Phindile Ntshongwana was unaware of his actions when he allegedly committed murders, kidnapping and a rape, the court heard.
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