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Mxit – once Africa’s largest social network – is dead. Here’s why

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“These demands will destroy our economy and competitiveness…” The Banking Association reacts to the 23 demands the EFF is making.

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The Lewis Group will refund R44.1 million to some of its customers for employment insurance it “mistakenly” sold to them.

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How to effectively pass your wealth to your children (and their children).

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A relieved, once-vibrant tourism industry reacts to Government’s visa regulation U-turn.

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Adele’s new song ‘Hello’ is breaking YouTube. Here’s how she’s cashing in


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