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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Hamilton wins in Brazil as Mercedes take fifth F1 title

SAO PAULO - A lucky Lewis Hamilton won a tense Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday as his Mercedes team clinched the constructors' title for...

Uber, Taxify drivers protest against ‘slavery’ work conditions

JOHANNESBURG, November 11 - Drivers from Uber and Taxify - who have likened their working conditions to slavery - will on Monday down tools...

Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ tour jacket sold at auction

JOHANNESBURG- Michael Jackson's iconic black "Bad" jacket, which he wore on his first solo tour, sold for $298,000 late Saturday, about three times its...

Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill settle copyright lawsuit

NEW YORK- Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have settled a copyright lawsuit claiming that their song "The Rest of Our Life" was...

Tiger Brands says FY earnings to fall as much as 30 percent

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's Tiger Brands expects full-year headline earnings per share to fall between 25 and 30 percent compared with the previous year,...

Young writer’s first short film a dream come true

JOHANNESBURG, November 8 - Local writer Sibusiso Khuzwayo's dream of directing a film came true after a donation of filming equipment from the KwaZulu...

Loot teaser deals set the tone for #BlackFriday

CAPE TOWN – As South Africa prepares for Black Friday, which features massive savings for shoppers, Loot.co.za has announced that it will be offering some teaser...

Pretoria University veterinarians perform dental surgery on elephant in Georgia

JOHANNESBURG, November 7 - World-renowned University of Pretoria veterinarians Professor Gerhard Steenkamp and Dr Adrian Tordiffe on 31 October performed intricate dental surgery on...

Samsung sees strong growth at auto electronics unit

LISBON - Samsung Electronics expects strong growth at its audio and auto electronics unit Harman, which has put the company "firmly in the picture...

5 become 4: the Spice Girls reunite, minus ‘Posh’ Victoria Beckham

LONDON (Reuters) - British pop band the Spice Girls said...


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