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Employers denounce strike violence

While workers' right to strike has been respected, there was no room for violence in the ongoing metal sector strike, employer organisations Seifsa and Neasa said on Thursday.

Support for automotive sector: Davies

Government will increase support to bolster the country's automotive and clothing and textile sectors over the next year, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on Tuesday.

R699 matter to be heard in August

The hearing into the R699 car sales scheme has been set down for early August in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth, a lawyer representing consumers said on Tuesday.
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Sanral investigated Lwandle residents

Sanral hired private investigators to determine the personal circumstances of residents before finalising an interdict to keep them off its land in Lwandle, Cape Town, its attorney said on Tuesday.

Madonsela investigating Mandela Funeral

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is investigating alleged corruption by Eastern Cape municipalities relating to former president Nelson Mandela's funeral, her office said on Tuesday.

Police fire stun grenades at EFF

Police fired a stun grenade at a group of EFF members trying to enter the Gauteng legislature building in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Eight arrested after 85 bags of body parts found in Tanzania

Tanzanian police said that they had arrested eight people after 85 bags stuffed with human body parts including limbs, fingers and skulls were found dumped in a landfill.
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Gruelling ascent puts new riders at the top

Frenchman Romain Bardet and American Tejay van Garderen's Tour de France podium hopes suffered a major blow yesterday when they lost considerable ground in the 16th stage won by Australian Michael Rogers.

Rooney touted as leader of England

Wayne Rooney is desperate to take over the England captaincy from Steven Gerrard as manager Roy Hodgson ponders his next move.

De Kock to keep the gloves

A tweaked hamstring prevented AB de Villiers from keeping wicket in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.

Mourinho pines for Drogba

Chelsea are optimistic that Didier Drogba will make an emotional return to Stamford Bridge.

Psyched and salivating

Olympic swimming champion Cameron van der Burgh, one of South Africa's top hopes for gold at the Commonwealth Games, believes in giving good value.

Taegrin suspect 'cleared'

The family of the man who appeared in an identification parade related to the death of Taegrin Morris, who was dragged alongside a car for kilometres after a hijacking, says he has been cleared.

Gaza: No light at end of tunnel

Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip yesterday, saying no ceasefire was near as top US and UN diplomats negotiated to halt the fighting that has claimed more than 600 lives.

Juju: Cops see red

Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters wreaked havoc in the Johannesburg city centre yesterday when they stormed the Gauteng legislature, demanding that their representatives be allowed back into the house.

The Mini gets immortalized in Lego

The iconic small car is already as collectible as it is miniscule and the new Lego model could well endear it to a whole new generation of fans.

Prime Circle 2014 SA Tour

Passive investors need caution

We are clearly well into a rampant bull market, writes Alan Wood

Oversupply of thermal coal could close mines

The oversupply will keep prices below profitable levels for most coal producers well into 2015 or longer

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