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Hacker fails to steal R100-million from Univ.MP's account

Hacker fails to steal R100-million from Univ.MP’s account

The University of Mpumalanga has almost lost R100-million from its bank account, after a hacker gained access to it.
Witbank Farmers' Market postponed due to bad weather

Witbank Farmers’ Market postponed due to bad weather

Organizers of the Witbank event say the rainy weather makes it difficult to host an outdoor family event of this nature.
Turn agricultural waste into charcoal and make money

Turn agricultural waste into charcoal and make money

Sound engineer Given Ngwamba makes his own charcoal from sugarcane, waste from banana trees, mango trees, and groundnuts.
Backlash over BP getting liquor license

Backlash over BP getting liquor license

Filling station chain BP wants to have booze sold at all its filling station stores across South Africa....
Sasol begins major plant maintenance

Sasol begins major plant maintenance

Sasol has announced they are busy with their regular shut down for major maintenance work to replace thousands of equipment.
New Radisson Hotel planned for Middleburg

New Radisson Hotel planned for Middleburg

Hotel group Radisson will build their first Mpumalanga hotel in Middelburg.
Petrol stations no longer allowed to pour petrol into container

Petrol stations no longer allowed to pour petrol into container

South Africa "may not retail and dispense petrol or diesel into a container."
Anglo American creates new company

Anglo American creates new company

Thungela Resources is the new Mpumalanga coal company will be created out of Anglo American's divestment in thermal coal assets.
Vodacom cuts data costs by 14%

Vodacom cuts data costs by 14%

Vodacom, South Africa's largest mobile network provider, has reduced the price of its 30-day data bundle by up to 14%.
Uthaka Energy not allowed to mine coal in Mabola

Uthaka Energy not allowed to mine coal in Mabola

The company is a South African subsidiary of India-based mining and minerals company Atha Group. Yet another turn in what is already a six-year legal...

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