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Japan: Toyota sells over 10m units
Toyota Motors’s group global sales grew 4.5 percent to 10.13 million vehicles in the past financial year thanks to robust sales in China and the US, the Japanese car maker said yesterday.
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Cable warns FTSE 100 firms over excessive executive pay
British Business Secretary Vince Cable warned banks and other major companies yesterday to rein in excessive executive pay or face tighter rules, in a letter aimed at Barclays and other FTSE 100 companies ahead of the bank’s annual general meeting.
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Database problem holds up the JSE
The JSE opened an hour later than normal on Wednesday after a technical glitch.
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Didata’s ambitions within reach after Nexus buy
Dimension Data (Didata) has acquired California-based Nexus in a deal that boosts the company’s aspirations to double its revenues to $12 billion (R126bn) a year by 2018.
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CSA axe World Cup-winning Jennings
Cricket South Africa has told Junior Proteas coach Ray Jennings that his contract will not be renewed.
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Benzema puts Real Madrid in charge
Real Madrid have moved a step closer to their first Champions League final appearance in 12 years.
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Talented Januzaj chooses Belgium
Manchester United's teenage winger Adnan Januzaj has ended months of speculation by choosing to represent Belgium at international level.
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Klitschko brushes off ‘softie, whiner’ jibes
World heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko dismissed accusations of being a 'whiner' and a 'softie' from an ex-sparring partner.
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Dogs bite, shake boy in ‘horrible attack’
A nine-year-old boy was savaged by four dogs while on his way to fetch family members for an Easter egg hunt.
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Kasrils hits back at ‘gutter’ critics
Ronnie Kasrils says critics, who turned to personal insults after the launch of the No-Vote campaign, have debased the political debate.
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Uncle of beheaded boy to face murder charge
The uncle of a Khayelitsha child found decapitated and buried will face a charge of murder when he appears in court.
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Icasa to hear complaint against DA ad
Icasa is set to hear a complaint by SAPS that the DA’s election advert “would incite violence again police”.
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