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Spur's Monday burger special ended

The Spur's Buy One Get One Free burger special is coming to an end.

Mercedes-Benz plant Vitoria celebrates 100 000th V-Class

The Mercedes-Benz plant Vitoria celebrates a production milestone: on the 10th of March , the 100 000th V-Class rolled off the assembly line.

World class premises for Hino Kuilsrivier

Hino Kuilsrivier, part of the Barloworld Group, has enlarged and upgraded its premises in the Western Cape at a cost of more than R23-million in line with Hino South Africa's Total Support strategy to provide even better customer satisfaction in a highly competitive market.

Spur 'bully' still unidentified

A Spur in Oakdene at The Glen Mall, in southern Johannesburg became the centre of internet outrage, after a video of an altercation went viral earlier this week.

Nothing stolen in Dangor home invasion

Former Social Development Director-General Zane Dangor did not open a case following a break-in at his house on Monday.

Construction worker caught in conveyer belt

A 20-year-old construction worker sustained a serious injury to his arm when his arm was caught in a conveyor belt.

World's oldest billionaire dies at 101

David Rockefeller, youngest and last-surviving grandson of the United States' first billionaire John D. Rockefeller, passed away on Monday at his home in New York.

Flexi hours suggested to ease CT traffic

Cape Town traffic seems to have gotten heavier in the last few months, and now employers have been asked to consider implementing flexi-hours to deal with the issue.

Uber leadership crisis deepens as president quits

The crisis at Uber Technologies appears to be deepening, with the resignation of company president Jeff Jones on Sunday.

Zimbabwean contraceptives smuggled into SA

Marvelon family planning pills are free in Zimbabwe, however it has been found that certain individuals have been smuggling the pill into South Africa, and selling them.

Urgent aid needed for 30 000 people who fled fighting in Wau Shilluk

Over the last weeks, fighting in the Greater Upper Nile region has left the town of Wau Shilluk deserted, and now thousands of vulnerable people who fled the violence are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.
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