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The national minimum wage could benefit young people who have jobs and could stimulate others who have given up.

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Shortages of everything, and worries about relatives, for Mozambique flood survivors

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Tesla accuses billionaire's engineer of stealing tech secrets

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Startling rise in chartered accountancy failure rates

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The scrambled Group Five egg

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Necsa and Auditor-General poles apart on 2018 financial report

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The huge heart of Zimbabwe after Cyclone Idai

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SA extends its Vat net to cover the globe

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Capitalising on low expectations

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Thebe Tourism is targeting SA’s growing black middle class

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Tencent to cut reliance on China gaming after profit hit

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The country's ailing sewage works are failing.

Load shedding to hit SA Q1 GDP growth - Goldman Sachs

Rolling blackouts could subtract up to 0.9 percentage points from annual growth.

Amcu mandated to accept CCMA proposal to end Sibanye strike

Sibanye has rejected the CCMA proposal.

Eskom mess fuels recession watch, BoA Merrill Lynch says

Foreign investors take wait-and-see approach.

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