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The long arm of the law may catch up with the directors of Australian-owned mning company Mintails
The ANC's national spokesperson and national executive committee member Pule Mabe has asked to be placed on “leave”, pending the outcome of a grievance hearing against him. Mabe's personal assistant ...
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The future is looking bleak for gold mines, with nothing to stop the inevitable decline of the once-mighty industry
US calls on Security Council to condemn the December 1 launch, but Tehran says the missiles are for defensive and deterrent purposes only
Middendorp's return to Naturena on Friday sent shock waves across the country
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