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[pretoria] - Nestle wins Massmart Supplier Environmental Award

Massmart has announced that Nestlé was awarded top honours at the Massmart Supplier Environmental Awards.

Photo: SuppliedDURBAN - Massmart has announced that Nestlé was awarded top honours at the Massmart Supplier Environmental Awards.

Now in their fifth year, the awards recognise top performing suppliers who have demonstrated an industry leading commitment …

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[pretoria] - Lyft valued at $24.3bn in first ride-hailing IPO

INTERNATIONAL - Lyft Inc was valued at $24.3 billion in the first initial public offering (IPO) of a ride-hailing startup on Thursday, raising more than it had set off to do as investors overlooked uncertainty over its path to becoming a profitable company.

Lyft’s IPO sets the stage for …

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[pretoria] - Legal row over MaBrr film settled

Pretoria - A legal tussle over the film rights of afro-pop icon Brenda Fassie was laid to rest this week when the company which claimed it had the exclusive rights to make a film of her life lost their court battle.

This leaves her son, Bongani Fassie, the sole heir to …

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[pretoria] - MTN adjusts its contracts subscription prices

DURBAN – Effective from 01 May 2019, MTN will be updating its subscription prices for contract (post-paid) customers.

This date may vary depending on the customers’ billing cycle.

In the past few years, MTN has worked to avoid increases to its subscription pricing, however, sustained inflationary pressures and increased input costs …

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[pretoria] - LIVE FEED: #StateCaptureInquiry March 29, 2019

Johannesburg - Former Bosasa COO Angelo Angrizzi will continue testifying at the Zondo commission this morning.

On Thursday, Agrizzi revealed how Bosasa funded the ANC's various election rallies and even built a war-room, which included a call centre, for the party for two of its election campaigns in 2014 and 2016 …

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[pretoria] - US Border Patrol orders quick release of migrant families

Washington — The number of migrant families and children entering the US from Mexico is so high that Border Patrol is immediately releasing them instead of transferring them to the agency responsible for their release, forcing local governments to help coordinate their housing, meals and travel.

"We need to work toward …

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