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Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Today's Weather

Cape Town:
Today
Min: 19 C Max: 25 C
Weather: Sunny. Mild.
Tomorrow
Min: 18C Max: 22 C
Weather: Mostly sunny. Mild.

Pretoria:
Today
Min: 22 C Max: 32 C
Weather: Tstorms late. Afternoon clouds. Hot.
Tomorrow
Min: 19 C Max: 31 C
Weather: few tstorms. Morning clouds. Warm.
 
Durban:
Today
Min: 20 C Max:23C
Weather: Cloudy. Mild.
Tomorrow
Min: 20 C Max: 23 C
Weather: Heavy rain. Mostly cloudy. Mild.

Port Elizabeth:
Today
Min: 20 C Max: 24 C
Weather: More sun than clouds. Mild.
Tomorrow
Min: 21 C Max: 26 C
Weather: Rain showers. Morning clouds. Mild.


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Key Indicators:
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49387.10
Gold
 0.51%
1206.00
Platinum
 0.65%

936.00

Brent Crude Oil
 0.34%
32.42
Silver
 0.53%
936.00
Rand - $
 0.13%
15.8145

Rand - Pound
 0.22%

22.5932
Rand - Euro
 0.38%
17.6607

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JSE closes lower as risk rally ends and Anglo recovery peters out - Companies and Markets
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Angry UCT students set artworks alight - PICS
Cape Town - UCT students, frustrated with the housing crisis and other challenges, set paintings and a plaque from the Smuts Hall residence alight at the foot of Jameson stairs on Tuesday.
#PlanetZuma has Mbalula seeing red
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula went on a Twitter rant following the comments made by DA leader Mmusi Maimane during the #SONAdebate.
Why green veg is extra good for you
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SA’s democracy back on track
little more than two decades ago this was unheard of but today power is held accountable in SA writes, Ray McCauley.
http://www.netwerk24.com/Stemme/Aktueel/zuma-n-onwettige-president-malema-20160217
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‘KP kan oorweeg om vir Proteas te speel’ – Gough
Die voormalige Engelse snelbouler Darren Gough meen Kevin Pietersen sal dit dalk oorweeg om Suid-Afrika op die internasionale krieketverhoog te verteenwoordig as hy nie in Engeland se toekomsplanne ingereken word nie.
Protect SA’s steel sector - Seifsa
The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) has warned that instability and job losses in the industry should be of great concern to all South Africans as they could have tragic consequences for the economy and country at large.
Actis grows its acquisition footprint in Africa
In the past 18 months, private equity firm Actis has been buying up stakes in South African companies.
Super Group’s expansion plan pays off
Super Group is making progress with its strategy to expand its international footprint to buffer the listed transport logistics and mobility company against the uncertain South African economy and emerging market turmoil.
Drought ‘could push SA into recession’
South Africa’s worst drought in decades could tip its already weak economy into recession as rising agricultural imports fed into rising inflation, ratings firm Moody’s said.
‘Zille’s spook’ complaint dismissed
This ruling is based on the written submissions of Mr Michael Mpofu, spokesperson for Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, and those of Abigail Oliver, on behalf of the Cape Times newspaper
Hospital care leaves couple ‘disheartened’
MITCHELLS Plain resident was shocked by what she and her 76-year-old husband experienced when he was admitted at the Mitchells Plain District Hospital.
Witness describes 'horrific' Rapulana Seiphemo accident scene
The family of Generations: The Legacy actor Rapulana Seiphemo is devastated and horrified as he fights for his life in hospital.
MTN promises to reimburse customers after outage
Local mobile operator MTN [JSE:MTN] plans to compensate some of its one million customers who were hit by a network outage this week.
‘Planet Zuma: Somewhere in a galaxy far‚ far away’ – Maimane
Last week‚ while razor wire was going up around Parliament‚ and stun grenades were dispersing the crowds‚ the President was “tucked safely away‚ somewhere on Planet Zuma”‚ Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane said on Tuesday.
AB proves he can also do battle from the trenches
AB DE VILLIERS deserves – and receives – plenty of credit for South Africa’s success. But he is also the target of backhanded whispers: that he arrives at the crease once the hard work has been done, that he has lots of flair but not enough fight, that he is a man for the tree-tops but not the trenches.
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'Blackface': ‘Ek wou net help met antwoorde’
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