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SA start-up sets out ambitious plan to combine unused assets, such as leftover food and groceries, with a digital universal basic income currency to alleviate poverty and (one day) change the world
We question Alon Lits, general manager of Uber sub-Saharan Africa
Bitcoin's early adopters are living the high life as the damn thing continues to surge despite the slings and arrows of outrageous bankers like Jamie Dimon
South Africa have cantered to victory in the first two ODIs
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