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Or will we realise again that we should have fixed the roof ahead of the rain?
The first migrant caravan of the year, numbering up to 8,000, comes days before US president-elect Joe Biden takes power
The leader of the opposition party says it is not impossible to get back into government in Tshwane, Nelson Mandela Bay and Johannesburg
As a backer of the Nord Stream 2 project, the Swiss insurer would be vulnerable to US sanctions
Data will shed more light on whether the economic recovery in the closing months of 2020 has cooled off
Fraud is often perpetrated by representatives of independent financial advisers, who have contracts with insurers
Just as the going got good, the rand went on a tear — the wrong way. What now for the volatile currency?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side finish a disappointing game on 37 points, two ahead of second-placed Leicester City
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