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Lions lose another star to injury

The Lions revealed on Wednesday that Coetzee will be out for between 6-8 weeks without specifying what kind of injury the player picked up, which will be revealed later on Thursday when coach Johan Ackermann announces his team for the Super Rugby game against the Kings in Port Elizabeth on …

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Aluminium hub planned for Richards Bay

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The Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) wants to establish an aluminium metals hub in the KwaZulu-Natal city to tap into the growing use of aluminium instead of steel by the automotive sector. Aluminum has become the second most used material in the auto industry – next to steel – …

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Zwane promises to engage mining companies over charter

South Africa’s government will talk with mining firms to overcome differences in a new proposed Mining Charter that requires the companies to keep black ownership at 26 percent, the mining minister said on Tuesday. The state published the requirements on Friday, but companies have opposed the proposals saying that once …

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Klusener to take Dolphins to CCMA

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Former Dolphins coach Lance Klusener will be taking the Dolphins franchise to the Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) over his dismissal in February before the season was complete ESPNcricinfo reports. The hearing, scheduled for the first week of May, will likely not be enough to reappoint Klusener as the Dolphins …

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De Lille blames EFF for Dunoon violence

De Lille blames EFF for Dunoon violence

After meeting with Dunoon community leaders and the ANC ward councillor, Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille on Tuesday lashed out at the EFF, who are alleged to be behind unrest in the area. “Collectively, we condemn what these EFF thugs and gangsters are doing,” said De Lille. “It is …

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Eskom ramps up energy for winter

Power utility Eskom on Tuesday announced that it had begun to cut back on planned maintenance to shore up energy for winter. “Our winter plan formally kicked off on 1 April 2016 and runs until end of August 2016. As a result, we have already started to ramp down planned …

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War In The Valley of Plenty

War In The Valley of Plenty is a gripping 10-minute AJ+ documentary on the Ceasefire Cure Violence programme in Cape Town’s Hanover Park, which has one of the highest murder rates in the world. Ceasefire launched three years ago as a community project to try and stop the epidemic of gang-related …

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SA’s economy has stagnated

The BankservAfrica Economic Transaction Index (BETI) reflected a negligible month-on-month and year-on-year increase for March in what Economists.co.za chief economist Mike Schüssler says is a sign that the economy has stagnated. The index, which measures the South African interbank payment system’s transactions that are smaller than R5 million, was up …

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