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  • Rand drops to three week low April 24, 2019
    The rand has dropped to a three-week low against the greenback in early trade, its weakest level since the beginning of this month. The post Rand drops to three week low appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • Decision to fire SABC COO a step towards restoring organisation: Board April 24, 2019
    The SABC Board says its decision to dismiss its Chief Operations Officer, Chris Maroleng, is a step towards restoring stability and bringing order in the public broadcaster. The post Decision to fire SABC COO a step towards restoring organisation: Board appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of […]
  • Ndabeni-Abrahams requests R3.2 billion loan guarantee for SABC April 24, 2019
    The SABC says Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has made a loan guarantee request of R3.2 billion for the cash strapped public broadcaster. The post Ndabeni-Abrahams requests R3.2 billion loan guarantee for SABC appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..
  • Axed SABC boss mulls legal fightback following dismissal April 23, 2019
    Axed SABC Chief Operations Officer, Chris Maroleng, says he intends taking the termination of his contract with the public broadcaster to the courts. The post Axed SABC boss mulls legal fightback following dismissal appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news […]
  • Amcu workers at Sibanye return to work April 23, 2019
    Workers affiliated to trade union Amcu have returned to work after a five month strike. This comes after the trade union signed a three-year wage agreement with gold producer Sibanye Stillwater. The post Amcu workers at Sibanye return to work appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of […]
  • SABC parts ways with COO, Chris Maroleng April 23, 2019
    The South African Broadcasting Corporation Board has terminated the corporation's Chief Operations Officer, Chris Maroleng's contract. The post SABC parts ways with COO, Chris Maroleng appeared first on SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader..

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  • Commission mulls ‘functional separation’ at Vodacom, MTN April 24, 2019
    The Competition Commission has floated the idea of enforcing functional and/or accounting separation on South Africa’s large mobile operators — a move that would not be dissimilar to what it required of Telkom a few years ago — to promote competition in the mobile broadband industry in South Africa and bring down prices. This is […]
  • Ford develops self-braking shopping trolley April 24, 2019
    A shopping trolley that is able to brake automatically when a possible collision is detected has been invented in a bid to prevent bored children causing chaos as their parents do the food shop.
  • SAP raises outlook amid major restructuring April 24, 2019
    SAP raised its operating profit outlook for the year, bolstered by strong growth in its cloud business, as the German software maker pushes ahead with a major restructuring.
  • John McAfee vows to unmask Satoshi Nakamoto, then backtracks April 24, 2019
    John McAfee, the eccentric antivirus pioneer known for his brushes with the law, said he has spoken to bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto and plans to reveal the person’s identity.
  • Lighting up Jackal Creek April 24, 2019
    Linteg Technologies rolled out a large new fibre-to-the-home network to over 1 800 homes in Jackal Creek using BDCOM fibre networking equipment from MiRO distribution.
  • Samsung plans R1.7-trillion splurge on chips to take on Intel April 24, 2019
    Samsung Electronics intends to invest the equivalent of about R1.7-trillion over the next decade or so to take on Intel and Qualcomm in the business of making advanced chip processors.

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