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  • Three people killed after Sudan's military seizes power in coup
    Sudan's military seized power from a transitional government on Monday and soldiers killed at least three people and wounded 80 as street protests broke out against the coup.
  • Estate agency watchdog to investigate racism allegations against Cape Town company
    The Estate Agency Affairs Board said it would launch an investigation into a complaint involving a Cape Town real estate company that allegedly allowed the landlord of a Cape Town CBD apartment to decline a rental applicant based on his race.
  • Chiefs coach Baxter to the critics: 'I wouldn't criticise a brain surgeon on social media'
    Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has fired back at his critics on social media and suggested he is not too bothered by the abusive comments that are at times directed at himself and his players.
  • 'KG' calls for bickering over Proteas batting collapse to stop ahead of West Indies clash
    Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has said the bickering over the team’s batting collapse in the opening loss to Australia is not helping, but acknowledged that it is an issue that is being addressed ahead of their second T20 World Cup match against champions West Indies in Dubai on Tuesday.
  • Covid-19: Just 146 cases and nine deaths recorded in South Africa in 24 hours
    None of the country's nine provinces recorded more than 50 new Covid-19 cases in the past day, the latest NICD statistics showed.
  • Busa considering court action to make Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for all South African workers
    Business for SA health working group chairperson Stavros Nicolaou said the organisation was “entirely aligned” with Busa’s position. “There’s been too much focus on individuals’ rights,” he said. “What about other people's rights?”
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  • Mali expels Ecowas envoy as bloc presses for elections
    Hamidou Boly has 72 hours to leave the Sahel state though it is not clear what triggered the expulsion
  • Tesla joins $1-trillion club as EVs go mainstream
    Elon Musk is now the richest man in the world, with a net worth of about $252bn, comfortably ahead of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s $193bn
  • Global supply chain constraints hit Savanna
    Demand for popular cider has grown so fast that manufacturers are under pressure to supply glass bottles
  • EMEKA UMECHE: With appropriate caution Infrastructure Fund can unlock economic potential
    Blended finance as a strategy for attracting capital to developing countries has been proven to work
  • Pityana takes regulator to court over top Absa role
    Maria Ramos accused of privately lobbying against him