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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • Wits beat Chippa United to reach Cup quarterfinals
    BidVest Wits are through to the quarterfinals of the Nedbank Cup after beating Chippa United 2-0 at Milpark stadium on Monday night.
  • No load-shedding planned for Tuesday: Eskom
    Eskom says it does not plan to implement load-shedding on Tuesday as some of its generation units have returned to service.
  • Mbalula orders independent inquiry into fatal CAA plane crash
    Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has ordered an independent inquiry following the release of a preliminary report on a fatal plane crash in January.
  • Harvey Weinstein found guilty of sexual assault, rape
    Disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was convicted Monday of sexual assault and rape but cleared of the most serious predatory sexual assault charges.
  • Parent robbed of jewellery at gunpoint outside St Stithians College
    A parent was robbed at gunpoint at the prestigious St Stithians College in Sandton on Monday.
  • 'Several injured' as car rams Germany carnival parade
    Several people were injured on Monday when a car drove into a carnival procession in central Germany, police said, adding that the driver had been arrested.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • Blue Label to report more than 20% jump in earnings
    Blue Label to report stronger earnings after writing down the value of its stake in Cell C to nil
  • Tanzanian journalist Erick Kabendera freed after pleading guilty to financial crimes
    Amnesty International says Kabendera’s plea was an act of 'desperation'
  • Market data — February 24 2020
    Market data including bonds, unit trusts and fuel prices
  • Trump praises Modi and declares at rally, ‘America loves India’
    Behind rapturous welcome trade friction chafes
  • Moolmans and McConnell Dowell help Aveng shrink losses
    The infrastructure and resources group says it is on course to complete the sale of noncore assets by June
  • SAP’s Africa head battles to complete SA corruption probe
    SAP suspended executives in SA after reports that the company had dealings with the Guptas