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15 January 2019 11:08 AM PIC: SA super hero jerseys unveiled for Super Rugby warm-up

Cape Town - South Africa’s top players wearing their new jerseys inspired by Marvel’s Spider-Man, Thor, Black Panther and Captain America will run out at Cape Town Stadium on Sunday, February 3. It will be the first public appearance of the new-look jerseys, which will serve as the third strips for the South African sides in this year's Super Rugby competition 99

15 January 2019 10:38 AM 'Baby Shark' driving you crazy? Creator warns penguins are next

"Baby Shark (Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo)" is the YouTube sensation that’s been viewed more than 2 billion times and made the Billboard Hot 100 chart last week as its top new entrant. The jingle has also become such an earworm that late-night-show host Jimmy Kimmel proposed throwing those responsible in jail for life. Love or hate it, the South Korean company 112

11 January 2019 11:42 AM SEE: Polo, Hilux, Land Cruiser... best-selling cars, bakkies and SUVs in SA

After 12 tough months in which South Africa's car industry was hit by turmoil including rising inflation and fuel costs, it was the Toyota Hilux that ended the year as the undeniable best-selling bakkie in the country. Eclipsing the Ford Ranger by almost 10 000 units, the Hilux maintained its position as the country's best-seller; not only was it the best-selling 100

10 January 2019 12:42 PM Tesco finally says it's in talks to stockpile goods for Brexit

Tesco has remained quiet on Brexit since the referendum result nearly three years ago, but the UK’s biggest retailer has now disclosed it is planning to stockpile in the run-up to the March deadline. The supermarket has delivered stock-holding and production plans for each of its suppliers by using existing networks and warehousing space. It has offered 110

08 January 2019 1:29 PM More than R80bn in unwanted Christmas gifts to be returned

They've just come through an exhausting festive season, complete with overcrowded stores, reckless spending and extended working hours. But now retailers are in for another shopping frenzy – this time it's to reverse all those sales that just weeks ago saw their profit skyrocket. Research by the Centre for Economics and Business Research has found that one in every 147

05 January 2019 6:43 AM World's most-prized fish sold for R43 million at Tokyo auction

A 278-kilogram bluefin tuna sold for $3.1m (R43m) at a Tokyo fish market Saturday. The record price - which equates to about $5 000 a pound - is more than double the previous high set in 2013, according to Masayuki Fukuda, an official in charge of trading operations at the Tokyo market. The record-topping fish was caught off Oma in northern Japan. It was sold on the first 95

22 December 2018 1:23 PM Banks stuck with $1.6bn of unsold loans amid market rout

A rout in the once-hot market for risky corporate loans has some of Wall Street’s largest banks stuck with at least $1.6bn of unwanted leveraged buyout debt. Banks including Barclays Plc, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Bank of America Corp. -- among the top providers of loans for LBOs -- have struggled in recent weeks to sell loans they’ve agreed to make for private 101

19 December 2018 7:52 AM CT Stadium to host Super Rugby pre-season double-header

Cape Town - The Cape Town Stadium will host a double-header of Super Rugby pre-season action featuring all four South African franchises. On February 3, the Lions will take on the Sharks before the Stormers host the Bulls. It will also be the first time the South African sides show off their new Marvel-themed kits, with the day being called the 'Super 79

17 December 2018 5:15 AM All I (don't) want for Christmas...South Africans weigh in

From sweets to Christmas cards, shoppers the world over have revealed what they don't want for Christmas. The global survey, which included South Africa, was conducted in 34 countries - and also included what most were hoping to receive in their Christmas stocking instead. In SA, according to the survey, the most desirable gifts seem to be jewellery 84

16 December 2018 11:59 AM Edcon chief confirms recapitalisation drive

South African retailer Edcon confirmed to Fin24 on Sunday that it is in discussions with stakeholders, including landlords and suppliers, regarding the group’s continued recapitalisation programme. The group includes Edgars, Jet and CNA. Sunday Times reported on Sunday that Edcon is "on the brink of collapse", putting 140 000 jobs at risk. "Edcon’s balance 83