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Companies should take big role in doing good
“Any system in the world where too many people feel they are not participating or are excluded will ultimately reject itself.”
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MTN loses Nigerian users
MTN Group, Africa’s largest mobile telecoms operator, slashed its full-year forecast for Nigerian subscriber growth by almost a third yesterday.
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IMF outlines plan to fix ailing Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe must put operating parameters for acquiring bad bank loans in place by the end of the year and submit recommendations to fix the mining sector’s fiscal regime by next June as part of the country’s new reforms that the International Monetary Fund will monitor.
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Commission gives Grohe nod to buy 51% stake in Dawn subsidiary
The acquisition by international sanitary fittings group Grohe of a 51 percent stake in the Watertech companies of listed Distribution and Warehousing Network (Dawn) has been unconditionally approved by the Competition Commission despite concerns expressed that Watertech’s domestic production might be shifted offshore.
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Proteas beat NZ in 2nd ODI
Hashim Amla smashed his fourth one-day century for 2014 as SA put its World Cup form on display against New Zealand.
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‘Best two teams are in the final’
It has been a long 28 years since Western Province last faced the Lions in a Currie Cup final.
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Lamela’s moment of magic lifts Spurs
Tottenham Hotspur’s Erik Lamela scored a stunning “rabona” goal to light up the Europa League.
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De Sa wary of Pirates backlash
Orlando Pirates have not been at their best this season, and their inconsistency is what makes them even more dangerous, Ajax Cape Town coach Roger De Sa said.
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Sweden ends search for submarine
Swedish authorities have called off their week-long search for a suspected submarine in the Stockholm archipelago.
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Second White House fence-jumper charged
The man arrested after jumping over the White House fence this week is facing a mental evaluation.
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New York cops wounded in hatchet attack
A hatchet-wielding attacker was shot dead after wounding two New York City police officers on a street in Queens.
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10 arrested over stolen copper cables
Ten people have been arrested at a disused North West mine for allegedly stealing copper cables worth R109 000, police said.
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