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    These Businesses Has The Happiest Customers In South Africa

    South African businesses will have to fight hard to retain and grow their customer base in 2020 as they face a looming recession, abysmal economic growth figures, political uncertainty and a disastrous return of load shedding. This is according to data from the South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SA-csi) conducted by Consulta during 2018/2019 which […]

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    Ramaphosa Wants To End Political Patronage In South Africa

    President Cyril Ramaphosa says that the most pressing challenge for government, is the need to build a capable state. Ramaphosa on Monday (20 January), penned his weekly open letter to the public titled ‘From the desk of the President’. The letter is aimed at discussing some of the issues that interest and concern South Africans, […]

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    South Africans Are Trying To Emigrate To New Zealand As Refugees

    New statistics published by New Zealand Immigration shows how South Africans have been trying to emigrate to the country using refugee status, and failing. New Zealand resettles 1,000 refugees each year through its Refugee Quota Programme. Since World War II the country has resettled over 35,000 refugees, with the New Zealand government establishing an formal […]

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    Government Looking For R2bn To Save SAA

    Government is looking for R2bn to contribute to SA Airways (SAA), as part of its commitment to the airline’s business rescue process.  Meanwhile, the department of public enterprises said in a statement on Sunday evening that it was working with National Treasury to raise funds to save SAA. “We are determined to contribute to the business […]

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    Deadly Bacteria Claim 10 Babies In One Month At Tembisa Hospital

    The Carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (CRE) have claimed 10 babies in a period of a month at Tembisa Hospital’s neonatal unit. The Gauteng department of health said there were about 17 cases of CRE bacteria that were reported from November 1 to December 31 last year. Health spokesperson Philani Mhlungu said it was suspected that the organism […]

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    Ramaphosa Bemoans Service Delivery Failures In SA Towns

    Despite progress in many areas, there are several glaring instances of service delivery failures in some South African towns, due to revenue constraints but also negligence, President Cyril Ramaphosa conceded on Monday. In the latest edition of a weekly column he initiated last year, Ramaphosa said a tour of some towns in Northern Cape province […]

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    iPhone 12 Rumours: Next-Gen Device To Support mmWave 5G And Sub-6 Tech

    Most iPhone units out there barely have scratches or nicks on them yet and the internet is already buzzing about the upcoming iPhone 12. We will update this article as new information come to light. iPhone 12 rumours – Here’s everything we know so far 5G rumour debunked As reported by Mehdi Hossein earlier in […]

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    Valentine’s Day: How Some People Go All Out To Spoil The One They Love

    Ever feel a bit hard done by when it comes to Valentine’s Day celebrations? Red Carnation has discovered that there are certain people who spend big to show their significant other how much they mean to them on. We’ve looked into some of the most extravagantly delightful ways to say ‘I love you’ this Valentine’s Day.  A […]