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Bushbuckridge villager who went to Oprah Winfrey school shines with Bohochic

The 22-year-old graduated at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls before co-creating her own fashion company the Bohochic.

Sasol director Nolitha Fakude quits

A black woman with high corporate and management skills has quit as Sasol director. The company said Nolitha Fakude quits in order to concentrate on...
Phosa's daughter: 'I'm the difference I want to see'

Phosa’s daughter: ‘I’m the difference I want to see’

ANC heavyweight Mathews Phosa's daughter, Tshepiso, says she is the kind of change she wants to see in our society and this is just the beginning.
Gumtree's 10 most available jobs that need no experience

Gumtree’s 10 most available jobs that need no experience

South Africa's publisher of classified adverts Gumtree has the 10 in-demand jobs where most employers are desperate or most likely to fill. 
Unisa helps Bushbuckridge municipality empower locals with know-how in recycling

Unisa helps Bushbuckridge municipality empower locals with know-how in recycling

Unisa is entering into an agreement with the Bushbuckridge municipality for a programme that will see the locals' knowledge in recycling improved.
Auction goers catch Ramaphosa's bull for R640 000

Auction goers catch Ramaphosa’s bull for R640 000

ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa's bull was sold for R640 000 at an auction which took place at his farm outside Badplaas.
Alcohol ban: SA govt loses R1bn every month

Alcohol ban: SA govt loses R1bn every month

The South African government is losing an estimated R1 billion each month owing to the ban of alcohol in the country since the start of the lockdown.

Reserve Bank alleges Busi Mkhwebane colluded with Presidency

The Bank says Busisiwe Mkhwebane's meeting with the Presidency two weeks before she released her report into Apartheid Absa bail-out is suspicious.

‘We are not involved,’ Nkomati Mine tells sub-contractor’s striking workers

A letter sent by a giant mining company to striking workers belonging to a sub-contractor in Mpumalanga has showed that the company does not...
SANTACO looking to embrace "new ways" to dump petrol

SANTACO looking to embrace “new ways” to dump petrol

The SA national taxi council (SANTACO) supports a move that will see the taxi industry dumping petrol for good and embracing new ways that are cheaper. 

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