[pretoria] - IFP to hold last rally in attempt to woo voters

Durban - The Inkatha Freedom Party’s (IFP) bid to wrestle the control of KwaZulu-Natal from its long time political rivals, the African National Congress (ANC), would see it staging a counter final campaign rally on Sunday.

The rally dubbed “Sizonqonba” (We will triumph) to be held at Ulundi regional stadium …

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[pretoria] - FNB Islamic Banking awarded Best Islamic Banking Window for 2019

DURBAN - FNB Islamic Banking has been awarded "Best Islamic Banking Window in South Africa for 2019" at the Global Business Outlook Awards.

The awards recognise and reward excellence in businesses that display innovation, creativity and the drive to create value within the global business community.

The Islamic Banking Window category …

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[pretoria] - 1 800 workers trapped underground at Sibanye

JOHANNESBURG – About 1 800 workers are trapped underground at a Sibanye Gold platinum operation in South Africa after an incident in the shaft used to transport workers, the company said on Tuesday.

The company may use an adjacent shaft to hoist the workers to the surface, although there’s currently …

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[pretoria] - Travelstart has launched a global media division

DURBAN - Travelstart today announced the launch of the ‘Travelstart Media Hub’ as the OTA offers a new media division.

The media division will support tourism agencies, airlines, cruise companies and related organisations with a platform to promote their brands and services to a global community of travellers.

With an addressable …

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[pretoria] - A country to support entrepreneurs

Today, Bahrain is undoubtedly a forward-thinking country. It's moving from being just another oil-reliant economy to one that's more inclusive, most notably, investing in entrepreneurs and high-impact start-ups.

This initiative is led by Tamkeen, a public authority established in 2006, tasked with supporting Bahrain's private sector and positioning it as …

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[pretoria] - AB InBev slashes dividend by 50%

The Belgian brewer, which bought SABMiller for R1.27 trillion in 2017, said the dividend declared in February would be lower than the €1.60 it paid out last year.

“Notice is hereby given that as a result of the dividend declaration relating to Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA/NV (ANH) shares …

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