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Production of cars and sales down, but job numbers up
Total new vehicle sales and domestic production by South Africa's vehicle manufacturing industry has been revised significantly downwards by Naamsa.
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#Eskom’s monopoly plunging SA into power shortages, says DA
Eskom needs a firm plan of action to make it more efficient and productive and its monopoly on electricity must be broken, the DA said.
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WATCH: Want to grab Gen Z? Get Insta-ready
In an effort to reach Generation Z companies and businesses are creating immersive experiences to cater to this online-savvy generation.
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Civil society turns up the heat on Sasol
Activists tell fuel giant to address concerns over unchecked pollution as well as fatalities in SA and Mozambique
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In the case of Embrose, we got it right, says Rassie
Here's some of what Bok coach Rassie Erasmus had to say following their win over Scotland on Saturday
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Is Baxter the right man to lead Bafana?
IOL Sport's Rodney Reiners has no beef with the Bafana coach but questions whether Baxter is the right coach for the long term.
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Boks must set a brave tone heading towards #RWC2019
The Boks need to be brave enough to set the attacking tone they have shown to be capable of from the first minute, suggests rugby scribe Darryn Pollock
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Victory was for the people back home - SA women's coach Ellis
Banyana coach Desiree Ellis on Sunday dedicated their victory over Nigeria to all the people back home in South Africa
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Gordhan alerts #StateCaptureInquiry commission to 'mental lapse'
Pravin Gordhan said he had to consult with officials at National Treasury and ''refresh his mind'' on events and meetings he took part in back when he was finance minister.
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#WorldToiletDay: Device to end India's 'manual scavenging' shame
Hundreds die each year cleaning out sewers in India but a machine unveiled for World Toilet Day could help to end that tragic record.
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#Eskom’s monopoly plunging SA into power shortages, says DA
Eskom needs a firm plan of action to make it more efficient and productive and its monopoly on electricity must be broken, the DA said.
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Accused in #SadiaSukhraj killing applies for Legal Aid
The man accused of killing nine-year-old Sadia Sukhraj during a botched hijacking attempt in the Chatsworth area in May has applied for Legal Aid.
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