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TeamSA arrive in Davos for WEF 2017
Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa has arrived in Davos to lead a high-level delegation to the 2017 World Economic Forum annual meeting.
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Inequality worse than at end of apartheid: Oxfam
The advocacy group's latest report shows that just three billionaires in South Africa are as wealthy as the bottom 50 percent of the population.
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Wal-Mart in Amazon shake up
Wal-Mart Stores is overhauling its e-commerce team, aiming to better challenge with more selection and lower prices.
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Android creator nears comeback
Just over two years after leaving Google, Andy Rubin is preparing to take on the smartphone industry he helped create.
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Ghana can thrive on pressure, says Grant
It is 35 years since Ghana won the Africa Cup of Nations but coach Avram Grant is looking to use the pressure to end that long drought as a positive.
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Champions Ivory Coast disappoint in Togo draw
Ivory Coast made a disappointing start to their Africa Cup of Nations title defence Monday when held 0-0 by lowest Group C seeds Togo.
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Costa trains again as China row rumbles on
Chelsea striker Diego Costa took part in a solitary training session for the second day in a row, as he continued his recovery from a back injury.
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Ulster sign Springbok forward Arno Botha
Ulster Rugby announced the signing of Arno Botha, who will move to Belfast following the conclusion of the 2017 Super Rugby campaign.
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DA pours cold water on Palestinian embassy claims
The party has responded to criticism over Mmusi Maimane's visit by releasing a paper trial of exchanges with the Palestinian Authority presidency.
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Rescuers remove injured teen from mountain
Emergency services are battling high winds to bring a 16-year-old climber who has reportedly broken his leg on the Muizenberg mountains to safety.
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Suspect seeks freedom after gang shooting
An alleged gangster, accused of shooting a man twice in the head and once in the spinal cord, has asked a Port Elizabeth judge to release him on bail.
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Bangladesh sentences 26 to death for 2014 killings
Twenty-six people, including a politician, have been sentenced to death for the politically motivated abduction and murder of seven people in 2014.
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