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Bulgaria to strip Corpbank's license
Bulgaria will strip Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank) of its license and alert prosecutors to possible malpractice at the lender.
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UK banks pay $2bn in compensation
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Putin to hike Russian investment in Latin America
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he hopes to increase Russian investments in and trade with Latin America.
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Airport stores put out to tender
Six retail spaces in the international departures hall of the Cape Town International Airport will be put out to tender next week.
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Branded Germany's 'weakest link', Benedikt Hoewedes says he is ready for his duel with Lionel Messi .
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Kallis will deliver - Domingo
Jacques Kallis is under scrutiny following his failures in the first two ODIs against Sri Lanka.
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An executive from the World Cup's hospitality services firm fled his plush Rio de Janeiro hotel to avoid arrest.
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Carr is a Bok in waiting
Nizaam Carr has got what it takes to play for South Africa, according to a pair of former Stormers stalwarts.
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Hero rescues kids in blaze
A KZN man who stormed into a burning house twice to save two children says it was an honour to save them.
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E-toll prosecution threat is 'crazy'
Outa says it would be crazy to start prosecuting while e-tolling is under review.
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Boy slain after ‘changing into a tiger’
A KZN man claims he acted in self-defence when he killed a boy because the child had transformed into a tiger.
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Tukkies wants to separate first-years
The University of Pretoria was considering separating first-year students from seniors, Beeld newspaper reported.
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