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21 February 2017

Transformation debate 'flipped' to suit greedy few – judge

A dangerous trend had manifested itself in debates about transformation in SA, one which flipped worthy ideals into their opposite in order to further the economic interests of a few,...

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Citibank settles in forex trading scandal

Citibank has become the first bank in the forex trading cartel to reach a settlement with the Competition Commission, notes a BusinessLIVE report. The settlement of R69.5m, announced yesterday, is...

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First SA climate change case next week

The first local court case dealing directly with global warming will get under way in the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) next week, according to a Beeld report. The Centre for...

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