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Absa has said that its units outside South Africa would begin their reposition and rebranding process from next year to complete the overall separation from its former parent company Barclays Plc.
Farmers have been advised to conserve water with above the average temperatures are expected, particularly over the northern parts of South Africa.
A delegation from the State of Nevada has visited KwaZulu-Natal in an effort to boost trade relations.
The rand heads into this week with a dark cloud of local politics hanging over it as the reaction from the land expropriation decision last week had a crippling effect putting the currency on the back foot for most of the week.
Commuters will be relieved that the violent taxi strike across the Western Cape has been called off after the ANC intervened to mediate between the parties at loggerheads.
The Brexit negotiations are more likely to end in failure than in success, UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said, adding to a growing sense that Britain is heading for a messy divorce from the EU. There’s a 60percent likelihood of a no-deal outcome, Fox told the Sunday Times in an interview.
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