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06 July 2018 6:55 PM Angola court acquits journalists of insulting the state

Two Angolan journalists were acquitted by a judge on Friday over an article of accusing a former attorney general of corruption, in a verdict welcomed by press freedom activists. Investigative journalist Rafael Marques and editor Mariano Lourenco faced charges of insulting a public authority over the 2016 piece that alleged that Joao Maria de Sousa had been involved 39

06 July 2018 9:49 AM Cape Town Sevens dates confirmed

Cape Town - The schedule for the 2018/19 World Rugby Sevens Series was confirmed on Friday, with the ever-popular Cape Town Sevens set for the weekend of December 8 and 9, 2018. SA Rugby will by middle August make an announcement on ticket sales for this popular event at the Cape Town Stadium, which was sold out in the last couple of years. The World 62

04 July 2018 7:26 AM Phew, that's a lot of exotic cars! A record high petrol price isn't stopping South Africans from buying Ferrari supercars worth millions

Exotic cars might be a rare sight on our roads but you'll be surprised by the number of local owners that have purchased models worth millions. We look at Ferrari sales for the past sixth months. While they might not reach the sales figures of more popular (read: cheaper) models, you should keep in mind the staggering prices of some of Ferrari's sports 41

02 July 2018 10:17 AM Outlook bleak for manufacturing sector as June PMI slumps

The ABSA Purchasing Managers’ Index lost 1.9 points to reach 47.9 in June, down from 49.8 points in May, according to the Bureau for Economic Research (BER), signalling a muted outlook for SA's manufacturing sector. "This suggests that the sector is unlikely to stage a solid recovery after output contracted on a quarter-on-quarter basis in the first 57

02 July 2018 8:08 AM Rand down nearly 1% against dollar in early trade

The rand weakened in early trade on Monday morning, losing almost 1% against the dollar. Analysts say geopolitics - especially the trade war between China and the US over market access and tariffs - are likely to keep the local currency on the back foot. Local data set for release on Monday includes the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) and vehicle sales 124

28 June 2018 3:00 PM Jury says Dr. Dre's headphones company owes ex-partner $25m

Los Angeles — A jury on Wednesday found that Dr. Dre, music mogul Jimmy Iovine and their headphone company Beats Electronics LLC owe a former partner $25.2 million in royalties. The Los Angeles Superior Court jury found Wednesday by a 9-3 margin that Beats breached a contract with Steven Lamar and his company Jibe Audio. Dr. Dre and Iovine, the music 43

20 June 2018 9:42 AM 2018 Vehicle sales: Here's a look at how many Bentley models have been sold so far in SA

The more luxurious brands, like Bentley, sell a good number of units from month to month considering the prices of certain models. Here is a list of the models sold in South Africa from January to May 2018. While the figures seem low when you first look at it, you need to consider the price tag attached to these cars. Take the Bentayga for example 47

19 June 2018 3:22 PM Further blow for billionaire Wiese as Brait struggles with losses

Billionaire Christo Wiese has received more bad news as shares of the investment company in which he’s the biggest shareholder fell after the firm posted an annual loss. Brait SE, in which Wiese owns a 35% stake, said net asset value was R57.32 at the end of March, compared with R78.15 a year earlier, as retailer New Look struggled amid a sales slump 51

14 June 2018 7:16 PM SA trade conditions remain subdued

Trade conditions among South African businesses remained weak in May 2018, according to the latest Trade Activity Index (TAI) of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci). The TAI indicates that prevailing trade conditions were at 40 this month, compared with a recording of 39 in April 2018. According to Sacci, this is well into negative 84

13 June 2018 5:30 AM Avengers: Infinity War joins the $2 billion club

New York — The supersized superhero hit Avengers: Infinity War has crossed $2bn in worldwide ticket sales, becoming only the fourth film to reach that rarified box-office milestone. The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday that Infinity War reached the mark Monday, about seven weeks after opening. The only other movies in the $2bn club are Avatar, Titanic 51