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Banking group Capital is paying ¤21m for its 40% interest in Creamfinance, which is registered in Cyprus and provides online consumer loan products

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Toshiba confirms Westinghouse bankruptcy for March 31

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Suspect in Mogoeng burglary ‘protected’

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Marius Fransman uses controversy to knife Mantashe

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UK police arrest two more for attack on London’s Parliament

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Miners’ regained mojo may spark exploration hunt

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Jacob Zuma proposes three new members for the JSC

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Hosni Mubarak walks free after six years in Egyptian detention

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Woolworths to combine Country Road Group and David Jones into one group

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