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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • Sundowns beat Arrows to move to fifth spot
    Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns returned to winning ways and jumped from ninth to fifth position on the Absa Premiership table after a 44th minute goal by midfielder Lebohang Maboe earned them a 1-0 victory over Golden Arrows at the Princess Magogo Stadium in KwaMashu on Wednesday night.
  • Ayanda Patosi inspires brilliant comeback against Orlando Pirates
    It was Ayanda Patosi versus the Buccaneers as the forward's second-half brace saw Cape Town City fight back from 2-0 down and earn a 2-2 Absa Premiership draw at Orlando Stadium on Wednesday night.
  • ANC slams man who blasted Ramaphosa in k-word tirade
    The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal has condemned the “scurrilous racist video” by convicted Durban fraudster and former local councillor Kessie Nair in which he called President Cyril Ramaphosa the k-word.
  • Environmental affairs department welcomes arrest of rhino horn trafficking syndicate
    The department of environmental affairs (DEA) welcomed the arrest of six men linked to an alleged “massive trafficking” syndicate of rhino horn from South African wildlife reserves to Asia.
  • Zandspruit residents march for better policing
    On Wednesday morning hundreds of residents of Zandspruit informal settlement in the west of Johannesburg marched to Honeydew Police Station in Roodepoort to demand better policing in their community.
  • Taxi strike disrupts social grant payments in Eastern Cape
    Social grant payments were disrupted in parts of the Eastern Cape on Wednesday as taxi associations went on strike‚ blocking roads and pulling passengers out of vehicles.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • BREAKING NEWS: Mining Charter gets the cabinet’s stamp of approval
     The cabinet has resolved to ask parliament to withdraw the long-delayed and problematic bill amending the Mineral & Petroleum Resources Development Act
  • Market data - September 19 2018
    Market data including bonds, unit trusts and fuel prices
  • Danske Bank CEO quits over €200bn money laundering scandal
    The Danish bank details compliance and control failings that allowed illegal funds to flow through its small Estonian branch
  • MARKET WRAP: JSE flat as big guns fall on firmer rand, while banks gain
    Trading is cautious ahead of the Reserve Bank’s interest-rate decision on Thursday
  • EU to probe Amazon’s use of merchant data
    The probe comes as the world’s largest online retailer faces calls for more regulatory intervention and even its potential break-up
  • State capture is a worldwide occurrence meant to benefit a few elite, says academic
    International economist and analyst Daniel Kaufmann details how some countries experience state capture in the oil‚ mining and financial sectors