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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • Pule wins it as Pirates enter the title chase after beating relegation threatened AmaZulu
    Orlando Pirates are slowly but surely marching on and forcing themselves into Absa Premiership title contention as they continue to notch up win after win.
  • Proteas on the ropes at Wanderers
    South Africa painfully and inexorably nudged towards a series defeat against England here on Saturday.
  • SA to meet Bangladesh in ICC U19 World Cup quarter-final following D/L win over UAE
    South Africa will face Bangladesh in the ICC Under-19 World Cup Super League‚ quarter-finals in Potchefstroom on Thursday after seeing off the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by 23 runs via the Duckworth/Lewis method.
  • Kaizer Chiefs snatch win in snore fest
    This was truly an ugly advert of the beautiful game‚ an error ridden affair that would have been shamed by a spectacle of pot-bellied souls in a Sunday league kick about.
  • Motjeka Madisha’s last gasp goal salvage Champs League draw for Sundowns against Petro de Luanda
    Motjeka Madisha scored a last minute equaliser as Mamelodi Sundowns survived a refereeing howler to draw 2-2 with Petro de Luanda in their CAF Champions League‚ Group C clash in Angola on Saturday.
  • Salie-Hlophe lets fly at deputy judge president over complaint to JSC
    Full-scale war broke out in the Western Cape high court on Saturday when judge president John Hlophe’s wife responded furiously to a complaint by deputy judge president Patricia Goliath.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • Discriminating against older workers makes no business sense
    Older workers aren’t less productive, and any deficit in areas such as memory are offset by greater experience, writes Leonid Bershidsky
  • Japan’s justice system not about being guilty, says former detainee
    Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic escape from Japanese custody is seen by some as a sensible move from a system that wants convictions at all costs
  • Coronavirus exposes luxury goods to how important China is
    As cities and travel in China shut down to curb the spread of the virus, top-end retailers will feel the financial fallout around the world
  • Short-term lenders and the ‘Central Bank of Google’
    Digital, short-term lending is a worldwide phenomenon, but most widely used in Africa, and some say its wildly exploitative
  • Poundland owner said to draw buyout firms Advent, Partners Group
    Steinhoff International Holdings has been gauging interest from potential buyers alongside its preparations for an initial public offering
  • Tesla’s rise has sparked an electric revolution
    The rapid rise has pushed Tesla’s stock market value past $100bn, more than the combined share value of Detroit’s royalty, General Motors and Ford