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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • Leave early for OR Tambo airport to avoid traffic delays caused by strike
    Johannesburg travellers have been advised to leave early for OR Tambo International Airport to avoid being caught up in traffic delays caused by a national strike.
  • Revealed: Guptas claimed another R89-million in VAT
    The South African Revenue Service has for the second time allowed a multi-million-rand VAT repayment claimed by a Gupta-owned business to be paid to a third party, court documents show.
  • Brazilian tourist tracks down Capetonian to return his phone
    There are angels among us.
  • TIMES SELECT LATEST | Guptas' second huge VAT claim | Bodybuilder murder 'a hit' | Tom Eaton & more
    The South African Revenue Service has for the second time allowed a multi-million-rand VAT repayment claimed by a Gupta-owned business to be paid to a third party, court documents show.
  • Salah runs riot as Liverpool hit five past Roma
    Mohamed Salah scored two brilliant goals and set up two more as Liverpool beat Roma 5-2 in a remarkable Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield on Tuesday.
  • Razor sharp Arrows beat 10-man Chiefs
    Kaizer Chiefs began life after Steve Komphela with a 3-1 loss to Golden Arrows here in KwaMashu, north of Durban.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • THETO MAHLAKOANA: Continuous engagement can avert strikes
    The heartbreaking images of winding queues at taxi ranks bring home the importance of why alternatives should be explored more vigorously
  • CHRIS GILMOUR: Acquisition strategy should pay off for AfroCentric in the medium term
    A notable approach is to focus on making profits from claims rather than the fee-per-member model
  • HILARY JOFFE: Ebrahim Patel needs resources, not just the rules
    Companies, especially big companies, need to start thinking about what competition legislation changes could mean for them
  • GARETH VAN ONSELEN: Back to the future with Ebrahim Rasool
    If Rasool drives the kind of racial messaging he did when in power, the ANC’s problems in the Western Cape will remain far from solved
  • MAGDA WIERZYCKA: No wizards guide investors on JSE’s yellow-brick road
    Even more criticism arose after the aborted Sagarmatha Technology listing
  • STEVEN FRIEDMAN: AfriForum targeting Malema sets the fight against corruption back
    AfriForum’s threat to privately prosecute Julius Malema signifies a racial agenda rather than a genuine desire for clean government