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Sappi pumps R105m into more capacity

Sappi will add 20 000 more tons at its KwaZulu-Natal lignin plant.

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Uber drivers face harassment

Uber has been in contact with the police and deployed security to help prevent intimidation by metered taxi drivers.

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Sandberg joins board at SurveyMonkey

Sheryl Sandberg has joined the board of the company her husband ran until his unexpected death in May.

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Company’s baby policy sparks fury
July 3 2015 at 06:17

A Chinese firm provoked a firestorm with its plan to make employees seek approval before conceiving a child.

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Asian stocks slip
July 3 2015 at 05:55

Asian stocks fell on Friday as China's stocks plunged.

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Wall Street edges down
July 3 2015 at 05:55

American stocks closed down slightly on Thursday after the IMF warned Greece that it faces a huge financial hole.

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IMF warns Greece of financial hole
July 3 2015 at 04:05

The International Monetary Fund issued a stark warning to Greece ahead of the referendum this weekend.

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Kenya expects big boost for its textile industry from new Agoa deal
July 3 2015 at 04:52

Kenya expected 20 companies to start investing about 8 billion shillings (R965 million) immediately in the nation’s textiles industry after the renewal of a deal offering access to the US market, its industrialisatio... Read Story
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Ghana: Inflows to boost cedi’s strength
July 3 2015 at 04:51

Ghana’s cedi would firm in the last six months of the year because of inflows from the sale of a eurobond and a syndicated loan for cocoa producers, Finance Minister Seth Terkper said.

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US airlines in antitrust probe over seat supply
July 3 2015 at 04:48

US airlines face an antitrust investigation by the Justice Department into whether they are discussing how to control the supply of seats, a crucial factor in determining fares.

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Minister puts his head on the block
July 3 2015 at 04:47

Yanis Varoufakis said Greece won’t “extend and pretend” that it can pay its debts, vowing to quit as finance minister if voters don’t support him in Sunday’s referendum.

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Banks probed for currency market rigging
July 2 2015 at 19:42

Fifteen of the world's largest banks are under investigation for rigging the Brazilian currency, antitrust watchdog Cade said.

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Telecel says ‘paid licence installment’
July 2 2015 at 18:45

Zimbabwe’s third largest mobile network operator Telecel says it has paid its licence installment that was due by end of June.

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