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OPINION: Multiplier effect benefits us in re-industrialisation
South Africa has, however, been through a period of almost de-industrialisation, writes Eustace Mashimbye.
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Octodec significantly reduces residential vacancies
Octodec, the listed property company, reduced the vacancy rate in its residential portfolio to 3.7percent in the six months to February.
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SAA in talks with banks, Treasury for "open credit line"
SAA needs a new capital injection “now” to stay afloat and was in discussions with banks and Treasury for “an open credit line”.
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R57 million payday for Capitec's Gerrie Fourie
Capitec’s CEO Gerrie Fourie had a R56.6 million payout this year thanks to an 18% rise in headline earnings.
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Temba Bavuma moves back to Highveld Lions
While it was a childhood dream to play for the Cobras, Bavuma made the decision to return to the Highveld Lions for family reasons
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Bryan Habana one of SA’s greatest sportsmen, says Saru president Alexander
SA Rugby boss Mark Alexander hailed the try-scoring ace after the France-based player announced his retirement from rugby
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Liverpool's Salah aims to shoot down Roma in Champions League semi
Can five-times champions Liverpool and Salah produce another blitzkrieg attack against Roma when they meet on Tuesday night?
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Lions out to continue mauling Australian teams
After their stunning 29-0 tour win over the Waratahs, the South African franchise will meet the Reds in Brisbane on Saturday
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Durban mayor to address urgent presser over stadium damages
While roleplayers have condemned the violence, Mayor Zandile Gumede expected to announce plans to repair Moses Mabhida stadium.
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PIC does not own assets it manages on behalf of clients, says GEPF
The PIC does not own the assets that it manages on behalf of its clients including the Government Employees Pension Fund, Parliament heard.
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Masango cleared of charges, set to return to work
Suspended Eskom Executive, Abram Masango, will soon return to his job after a disciplinary hearing against him found he was not guilty.
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Armed herdsmen kill two priests, 17 churchgoers in Nigeria
Armed herdsmen have killed two Catholic priests and 17 worshippers during an attack on a parish in Nigeria.
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