Tuesday , 12 December 2017

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EXCLUSIVE: Zimbabwean permit applicants fret at closure of SA bank

EXCLUSIVE: Zimbabwean permit applicants fret at closure of SA bank

JOHANNESBURG - AFTER some torturous months of uncertainty surrounding their stay in South Africa as their permits neared expiry, thousands of Zimbabwean nationals in the country a ...

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Zim’s budget rekindles economic hope

Zim’s budget rekindles economic hope

HARARE - ZIMBABWE'S Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday presented a whopping $5.1 billion (about R76 billion) budget for 2018, which seeks to make a huge economic turn ...

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Buoyant Ethiopian Airlines outline expansion plans

Buoyant Ethiopian Airlines outline expansion plans

JOHANNESBURG - ETHIOPIAN Airlines, rated Africa's largest and profitable airline group, will launch a new daily service to South Africa in 2018, which is set to be a pivotal year ...

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Google has company…….as Huawei launches app store in SA

Google has company…….as Huawei launches app store in SA

JOHANNESBURG - HUAWEI Technologies is set to launch its pre-installed localised application (app) store in South Africa following its success globally. The platform has 328 millio ...

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Nominations open for SAP Africa Quality Awards

Nominations open for SAP Africa Quality Awards

JOHANNESBURG - THE nomination period for the 2018 SAP Quality Awards in Africa is now open. The awards honour SAP customers who embrace quality in their SAP software implementatio ...

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Telkom unveils festive season PR campaign

Telkom unveils festive season PR campaign

JOHANNESBURG - TELKOM, the telecommunications provider, is featuring South Africa’s top musical talents in its festive season campaign. GoodLuck and Black Motion have been roped i ...

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Vodacom unveils R80 million building in Lesotho

Vodacom unveils R80 million building in Lesotho

  MASERU - MOBILE operator, Vodacom, has launched the biggest green building in Lesotho at a cost of R80 million (US$5,76 million). This is in support of the global Sustainab ...

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City of darkness:Lengthy power cuts leave foreign-owned firms on their knees

City of darkness:Lengthy power cuts leave foreign-owned firms on their knees

By SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - FOREIGN entrepreneurs have been left counting their losses after bearing the brunt of the lengthy power cuts in Johannesburg, the Sou ...

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SA’s poor savings record in the spotlight

SA’s poor savings record in the spotlight

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - WHILE South Africans are known to be poor savers, amid estimations only 6 percent can afford to retire comfortably,nonetheless, pred ...

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SA earmarks tourism to thwart economic headwinds

SA earmarks tourism to thwart economic headwinds

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Dullstroom, Mpumalanga DULLSTROOM - SOUTH Africa has launched the Tourism Month with a call to local citizens to explore the teeming attractions in the co ...

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