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    Bolt Will Soon Launch A Food Delivery Service In South Africa

    Ride-hailing app Bolt – formerly Taxify – says it will launch a food delivery service in South Africa “in the coming months”. Bolt announced its intention to launch a food delivery service worldwide earlier this year, with South Africa one of the first three countries offering the service. Bolt Food successfully launched in Estonia in […]

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    ANALYSIS: SAA’s Collapse Going According To Plan For Ramaphosa

    Developments at SAA, the country’s withering national carrier, seem to be going according to plan for President Cyril Ramaphosa. The decision to put SAA under voluntary business rescue creates distance between the president and the inevitable trauma that surely lays ahead at one of the world’s oldest airlines. Ramaphosa has consistently failed to take the […]

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    These Are The 14 Finalists For South African Car Of The Year

    The top 14 finalists for the 2020 AutoTrader South African Car of the Year have been announced. The cars can also win one of seven categories: Family, Leisure, Lifestyle, Premium Car, Premium SUV, Sport/Performance or Urban. The most hotly contested category is Leisure, with four finalists: the Peugeot 5008, Toyota RAV4, Citroën C3 Aircross and […]

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    8 Health Benefits Of Taking Pineapple And Its Juice

    Considered a miraculous fruit by many thanks to its many amazing health benefits, pineapple is both delicious and packing in nutrients good for your body. Once you are able to get through its thorny exterior, get ready for a delicious treat underneath and one thing we can assure you is that it is worth the […]

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    Meghan Markle’s Top 3 Tips For Hosting The Perfect Christmas

    The Duke and Duchess are celebrating baby Archie’s first Christmas  Christmas will be a low-key affair for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in 2019, as they plan to mark the occasion privately with their baby son Archie Harrison and Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland following two years at Sandringham with the royals. But prior to joining the royal family, Meghan […]

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    ‘Bosasa’ Applies For Urgent Court Interdict To Stop Auction Sale

    The embattled African Global Holdings has applied for an urgent court interdict in an attempt to prevent the highly publicised sale of the group of companies’ assets on auction. The board of the group of companies, formerly known as Bosasa, is also trying to save companies that fall under the African Global Group from going […]

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    The Most Expensive Online Transaction Recorded On Black Friday In South Africa

    Automated clearing house BankservAfrica has published data on Black Friday and Cyber Monday in South Africa, with in-store and online transaction volumes reflecting strong year-on-year growth. The total number of transactions processed by BankservAfrica (in-store and online) amounted to just over 7 million in 2019 – up 36% from 5.2 million in 2018. This translates […]

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    Bitcoin Trapped In A ‘Bart Simpson Pattern’

    Bitcoin dropped then spiked and dropped again in Wednesday morning trading. The pattern looked familiar to fans of America’s favorite lemon-toned television family. “We joked about it – it was the Bart Simpson pattern where it jumps up like this and spikes around a little bit like Bart Simpson’s head,” said Justin Litchfield, chief technology […]

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    MTN To Fight ‘Intrusive’ Recommendations To Cut Data Prices

    MTN Launches LTE Licensed Assisted Access

    The MTN Group says it has noted the release of the Competition Commission of South Africa’s report on data services in South Africa and is currently studying the full findings. In a shareholder statement on Wednesday (4 December), the group said that it was also reviewing the Icasa discussion document released at the end of […]

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    South Africa: Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries On The Foot-And-Mouth Disease Outbreak Limpopo

    Joint statement of the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development and the FMD technical task team on the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak Limpopo Progress has been reported consistently over the past four weeks since the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in Molemole. To date, 11 commercial properties have been found to be infected and […]