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African champions Wydad and Sundowns renew rivalry

7 hours agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Johannesburg (AFP) – Wydad Casablanca of Morocco and Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa, the last two winners of the CAF Champions League, will face each other in the group phase this year.  Defending champions Wydad and 2016 title-holders...Show More Summary

Big names turned down Zim amnesty

JOHANNESBURG - The Zimbabwean government accused auditing firm Ernst and Young, Unilever South East Africa and Boc Gases Zimbabwe of externalising $35000 (R418070), $315000 and $55000 respectively. The companies appeared on the listShow More Summary

Egypt striker Gamal quits South Africa after failing to impress

yesterdaySports / Football : EPL Talk

Johannesburg (AFP) – Egypt striker Amr Gamal has quit reigning South African champions Wits after failing to make an impact, lessening his chances of featuring at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Wits coach Gavin Hunt on Tuesday confirmed...Show More Summary

Zuma's tax chief ousted ahead of South Africa ratings decision

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Mark Kingon was appointed acting head of South Africa's tax office on Tuesday, hours after President Cyril Ramaphosa suspended his predecessor and days before a Moody's review that could see the country lose its last investment-grade credit rating.

'Patchy' Hazlewood seeks new-ball strikes

The fast bowler has admitted he has not been at his best so far on the South Africa tour, and hopes for a bit of grass on the pitches in Cape Town and Johannesburg

Former African champions ASEC, V Club flop at home

2 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Johannesburg (AFP) – ASEC Mimosas of the Ivory Coast flopped at home and fellow former African title winners V Club of the Democratic Republic of Congo also bowed out of the CAF Champions League Sunday. The Abidjan club, winners of the...Show More Summary

Coca-Cola admits to microplastics in Kenyan sourced bottled water

JOHANNESBURG - Soft drinks giant Coca-Cola has admitted to the concentration of microplastics in Dasani bottled water sourced from a variety of countries, including Kenya. A survey conducted by a team of scientists based at the State...Show More Summary

Ghana annual inflation rate increases by 0.3% points in February

JOHANNESBURG - Ghana's year-on-year February 2018 inflation rate as measured by the consumer price index was 10.6 percent. This represents 0.3 percentage point increase compared with the 10.3 percent recorded in January 2018. The monthly change in February 2018 was 0.9 percent compared with the 1.4 percent recorded in January 2018. Show More Summary

Zambia waste projects helps keep townships clean, boosts employment

JOHANNESBURG - A Zambian community-based clean up campaign is boosting waste recycling efforts in the southern African state while encouraging entrepreneurship among residents. The Manja Pamodzi initiative is helping to clean up post-consumer...Show More Summary

BREAKING NEWS: Gupta property raided in India

JOHANNESBURG - According to a report from the SABC, a property owned by the Gupta family has been raided in Saranpur India. Read the latest on this story here: Gupta brothers accussed of bringing in 'illicit money' to India It is believed...Show More Summary

How Trump's tariff decision will hurt SA's Aluminum industry

JOHANNESBURG - US President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to impose tariffs on imports of on aluminum will hurt the local industry, Rentia Malan, acting executive director for the Aluminum Federation of South Africa said. “It...Show More Summary

Botswana recalls imports of South African processed meat over listeriosis

JOHANNESBURG - Botswana on Monday recalled imports of processed meat products from South Africa after a deadly listeria outbreak was linked to a factory there, the ministry of health said in a statement. Botswana’s move follows a similar ban by Mozambique and Zambia in the wake of the outbreak that has claimed 180 lives in South Africa. Show More Summary

Johannesburg's Opera Company Shuts Down

With a statement that "due to the prevailing socioeconomic environment, it has proven very difficult... to raise enough funds to cover all operational needs," Gauteng Opera announced that, after 19 years in operation, it will close at the end of this month.

Steinhoff tampering goes all the way back to 2014 - Report

JOHANNESBURG - Steinhoff faces more turmoil as Moneyweb and journalists from Germany’s Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR), a public broadcaster and publisher based in Hamburg, obtained leaked emails and documents which show that Steinhoff accounts were tampered with dating all the way back to 2014. Show More Summary

Celebrating Smashing Newsletter #200: The Things We Learned Along The Way

When we share our lessons learned, we can’t predict who is going to read them, but it can make all the difference in the world. I still vividly remember that day when I received an email from a school teacher in Johannesburg, South Africa, five or six years ago. Show More Summary

Anglo American completes sale of Drayton coal mine in Australia

JOHANNESBURG - Anglo American on Monday completed sale of its 88.17 percent interest in Drayton thermal coal mine in Australia to Malabar Coal. The Drayton thermal coal mine and Drayton South project are located in New South Wales, Australia. Show More Summary

Google accepts M-Pesa pay

JOHANNESBURG - Google Play apps and games store has started accepting payments in Kenya through Safaricom’s mobile phone M-Pesa service to boost downloads in a market where many people do not have a credit card. M-Pesa, which enables...Show More Summary

South African prosecutor to announce decision on Zuma graft charges in two weeks: eNCA television

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African state prosecutors will announce in two weeks whether they will reinstate corruption charges against former president Jacob Zuma, eNCA television reported on Monday.

One of largest borrowers now in Africa

JOHANNESBURG - S&P Global Ratings said on Friday that South Africa would be sub-Saharan Africa’s largest borrower this year (2018), forecasting $18.7billion (R215.5bn) borrowings as the country looked to offset its weak fiscal trajectory. Government...Show More Summary

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