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South African stocks slid 1.6 percent, with petrochemicals firm Sasol tumbling after oil hit a four-year low.
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Rand falls to week low
The rand fell to a week's low against the US dollar, losing ground after the trade deficit widened sharply in October.
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Administrators implementing a rescue plan for African Bank Investments' (Abil) furniture business Ellerine have so far failed to find bidders for the bulk of the assets.
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US stocks were little changed, with major indexes on track for a sixth straight weekly advance in a holiday-shortened session.
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Spieth shares lead in Sydney
Jordan Spieth shared a one-stroke lead with Greg Chalmers and Brett Rumford at the Australian Open.
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Murray defends coach Mauresmo
Andy Murray has defended coach Amelie Mauresmo after Tim Henman began questioning their partnership.
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Australia in deep mourning - Clarke
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke said the team is in deep pain at the death of Phillip Hughes.
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Roberts ready to run hard at Boks
Wales centre Jamie Roberts is ready to take on the Boks despite being unable to run for days after the All Blacks clash.
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Steenkamp rule-breaking to be probed
The correctional services department will investigate allegations that Don Steenkamp took takeaway food to his cell.
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Fifteen Islamic State targets hit in two days
The US military and its allies hit Islamic State forces with 15 air strikes in Iraq and Syria during a three-day period, the US Central Command said.
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Thai lawmakers agree to ban surrogacy
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UN watchdog slams US cop shootings
A UN watchdog has slammed police shootings of blacks in the United States.
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