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Jong-un milks France for cheese skills
A cheese factory in eastern France may seem a world away from the bleak, oppressive regime of North Korea. But Kim Jong-un thinks he may have sniffed an opportunity to bring a touch of Gallic culture to his homeland.
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Labour: SAPS told to redeploy Roos
The police were ordered by the Johannesburg Labour Court yesterday to redeploy a colonel to a similar position and to compensate him in an unfair labour practice case, which was was brought by Solidarity on behalf of its member, Colonel Kobus Roos, in February.
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Blackstar Bonamour lifts stake to 10.04%
Blackstar Group non-executive director Andrew Bonamour had received 361 980 shares for R11.50 a share in a long-term share incentive scheme offer by the company, it said yesterday. The shares are subject to a lock-up for three years. Following the deal Bonamour holds 8.1 million ordinary shares representing a 10.04 percent interest in the investment holding company, which is incorporated in Malta. Bonamour founded Blackstar and is also chief executive of Times Media Group, in which Blackstar holds a 32.3 percent stake. Last Thursday Blackstar reported a R78 million increase in revenue to R261m for last year and operating profit of R184m compared with R119.3m previously. Blackstar shares were untraded on the JSE’s AltX yesterday, closing the day at R12.75. –
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Small business will swell African trade
When she said: “It’s the little things citizens do. That’s what will make the difference,” Kenya’s inspirational environmental activist Wangari Maathai was talking about the potential of every African to positively influence the environment around them. Her “little thing” was planting trees. However, she could just as easily have been talking about the huge potential that Africa offers in terms of trade.
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Search for Moyes’ successor begins
The knives were out for David Moyes long before Manchester United’s crushing loss at Everton.
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Torres starts on Madrid return
Fernando Torres started up front for Chelsea on his return to the Vicente Calderon as a visiting player for the first time.
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Phelps faces toughest challenge yet
Two years after retiring from swimming Michael Phelps is plunging into uncharted waters.
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Blanc confident of Ibra return
Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc has reiterated his belief that injured top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic will play again before the end of the season.
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A mom’s holy trust betrayed at mosque
A Tanazanian man allegedly asked children at a Joburg mosque to take their clothes off so he could photograph them.
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SABC triggers Juju’s wrath
Malema warned the SABC that his members would march on the corporation’s HQ after refusing to flight its election ad.
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Zuma lashes booers
President Jacob Zuma has labelled people who boo at him "empty vessels who make the most noise", a report said.
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Wife of lodge killer blames herself
As he left in the middle of the night, his wife had no inkling that he was about to go on a fatal spree where he works.
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