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Truck and car collide, women injured

Truck and car collide, women injuredTruck and car collide, women injured

Two women had to be extricated from a vehicle earlier today following a collision at Ampthill Avenue and Bunyan Street in Benoni. ER24 paramedics and other services arrived on scene and found that a light motor vehicle and a truck had collided. The women, one believed to be in her …

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Government promises to clean up mines

Government has announced plans to clean acid mine drainage in Gauteng to drinking water standards. But it’s estimated the cost will be R2-billion. This will be shared by water users, government and mines. Mining companies will pay two-thirds of the cost through an environmental levy. But government says this solution is …

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Moroka Swallows relegated to Second Division

Moroka Swallows had fought hard in recent weeks, showing great spirit and courage to revive their hopes of avoiding the chop from the National First Division (NFD) with some positive results. But in the end, their poor earlier season form came back to haunt them, with a 1-1 draw against …

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Grow the township economy: economist

The key to improving the country’s economic woes lies in improving business opportunities in townships, says a University of Johannesburg economist. Last week, Statistics SA announced that unemployment had increased and was now at a staggering 26,7 percent. But economist Moipone Molotsi, the director for small business development at UJ believes …

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