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Kamohelo Mokotjo was allowed to resume his former South African citizenship

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The state-owned arms manufacturer has applied to the High Court for an order declaring it obtained approval to form the joint venture with VR Laser Asia

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ANC scoring spectacular own goals, Jackson Mthembu says

We are fractured to the core, the chief whip said in an address at the funeral of stalwart Malusi Maxegwana

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‘Surprising new rules’ on empowerment are holding investors back, says EU chamber

Investments have already been put on hold or downscaled, says the EU Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Africa

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Andile Lungisa finds an ally in Marius Fransman

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Capitec to acquire 40% stake in online lending group Creamfinance

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Johannesburg to reintegrate 13 entities to improve service delivery

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German watchdog sued for being too soft on VW over emissions cheating

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Toshiba confirms Westinghouse bankruptcy for March 31

Beleaguered Toshiba might see $9bn in expanded charges; Japan says it is ready to screen buyers of Toshiba chip unit if needed

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Suspect in Mogoeng burglary ‘protected’

The break-in at the offices of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng is said to be no ordinary crime

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Marius Fransman uses controversy to knife Mantashe

Fransman has been at odds with Mantashe since the ANC decided to take action against him after he was accused of sexual harassment

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SpaceX launch of first reused rocket to mark milestone for Musk

Once derided as a crazy idea, rocket reusability is now seen as key to making space travel affordable

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EDITORIAL: Transforming the banks

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