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Brazil exit recession
Brazil's economy grew 0.1 percent in the third quarter compared with the second, crawling timidly out of recession.
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Gold falls for a third day after oil drop
Gold fell on the back of a slump in oil prices, with strength in the dollar piling further pressure on the metal ahead of a referendum on the management of Swiss bullion reserves this weekend.
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US futures flat
US stock index futures were mostly flat, as the market's recent upward bias looked to continue in a holiday-shortened session.
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SA Express seeks emergency funding
State-owned airline South African Express is seeking government approval for a bank loan after entering insolvency and being unable to pay debts.
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What cycling for a purpose really means
The MTN Qhubeka team is riding for the people of Blikkiesdorp, a place where nothing grows without a fight, writes Kevin McCallum.
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Swedish national champ joins SA team
SA’s first ever UCI trade team, Kargo Pro MTB have signed Swedish professional mountain biker Emil Lindgren.
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United's Shaw is out for six weeks
Man United have suffered yet another injury setback after learning that Luke Shaw could be out for between four and six weeks.
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McIlroy to cut out 'bad stuff'
Rory McIlroy said all he needed to do was cut the “bad stuff” out of his game for a really low score at the Australian Open.
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High court to decide on teen rape trial
A high court will decide whether two siblings accused of raping a 17-year-old girl will face trial.
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Beitbridge warehouse fire destroys goods
Goods worth up to US5 million have been destroyed in a fire at a customs warehouse on the Zimbabwe side of the Beitbridge border post, according to reports.
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Govt mulls rush hour traffic restrictions
The transport department is looking at restricting heavy vehicles during these times - a move likely to hearten Gauteng commuters.
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EFF to head to court over suspensions
The Economic Freedom Fighters will turn to the courts to stop Parliament suspending 12 of its MPs, the party said in a statement.
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