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21 October 2018 4:51 PM Weather Update: Hot and windy in the Northern and Western Cape, cool over the rest of the country

While the Western and Northern Cape will be windy and hot, the rest of the country can expect a cool start to the week. Extremely high fire danger conditions are expected in the West Coast District, Central and Little Karoo of the Western Cape. Strong interior winds (45-60km/h) are expected over the Northern Cape and northern parts of the West Coast 23

18 October 2018 7:58 AM Markets LIVE: Mr Price head to step down at end of 2018

Barry Dumas, of, says in a morning note to clients that the FOMC has signalled its intention to hike rates again before the year end. This may, in turn, put pressure on the rand. "The US Federal Open Market Committee released its meeting minutes on Wednesday evening. The minutes offered some interesting insights to the stance of the committee 48

17 October 2018 11:10 AM Rain, thunder to lash Gauteng, KZN, Mpumalanga this weekend

A strong high pressure system south of South Africa is expected to produce heavy thundershowers and rain over the eastern parts of the country over the weekend. According to data from the South African Weather Service (SAWS), the rain is expected to affect KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, the eastern parts of the Free State and northern Lesotho 25

08 October 2018 9:58 AM Broken neck: All Blacks expect Cane to play rugby again

Wellington - All Blacks flank Sam Cane broke a vertebra in his neck during New Zealand's dramatic win over South Africa, but is expected to make a full recovery, the team said on Monday. Cane went off in the 35th minute of the 32-30 win in Pretoria on Saturday and All Blacks doctor Tony Page said he fractured a vertebra in the lower right side of the neck but did not suffer 30

05 October 2018 5:44 PM Kiwi broadcaster: 25% possession won't crack it for Boks

Cape Town - Renowned New Zealand rugby commentator Tony Johnson says the Springboks cannot again live off scraps and expect to beat the All Blacks in Pretoria on Saturday. This comes after South Africa produced an heroic defensive effort to stun New Zealand 36-34 in Wellington last month. The Boks only had 25% possession in a game in which they were forced 32

03 October 2018 3:56 AM New Zim tax will 'pick-pocket the poor': MDC

Zimbabwe’s MDC party has slammed a new 2% tax on electronic transactions, which it says is meant to “pick-pocket the poor”. New Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said on Monday the new charge was designed to expand the tax collection base. Many within Zimbabwe’s vast informal sector do not pay income tax, but the MDC said the revenue raised would be used to “fund the lifestyles 26

21 September 2018 5:22 PM Wawrinka dethrones Dzumhur to reach St Petersburg semis

Saint Petersburg - Stan Wawrinka beat last year's St Petersburg champion Damir Dzumhur in straight sets to reach the semi-finals on Friday. The 33-year-old Swiss wild card beat the Bosnian, who was seeded sixth, 6-3, 6-4 in one hour and 11 minutes to level their head-to-head record at one all. "The level of my play was good today and the win makes me feel positive 31

21 September 2018 12:49 PM Oliver Fisher cards first 59 in European Tour history

Vilamoura - Unheralded Englishman Oliver Fisher fired the first round of 59 in the European Tour's 46-year history on a remarkable second day of the Portugal Masters on Friday. The 30-year-old tapped in for par on the final hole to complete an astonishing 12-under-par round featuring 10 birdies and an eagle, after his long birdie putt for a 58 grazed 30

17 September 2018 9:00 AM Rand yo-yos in early trade as emerging markets on the back foot

The rand had a yo-yo session in early trade on Monday morning, briefly breaking through R15/$ shortly after 09:00. Senior Dealer at TreasuryONE, Andre Botha, said emerging markets were on the back foot, with Turkey down 2%. "We are also on the back foot, with the market concerned with trade fears, and that the US will implement further trade tariffs 24

14 September 2018 9:00 AM SEE: Here are the cheapest fuel prices in the world, take a look how SA fares

"Mid-month unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF) is predicting the biggest fuel price hike in South Africa's history by some margin," reports the Automobile Association. Based on the AA current data, petrol users could expect to pay R1.12 more per litre, well more than R17-litre. As South African motorists brace for record fuel price increases 23