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City Press is a well-respected agenda-setting South African news brand that publishes across platforms. Its flagship print edition is distributed on a Sunday.
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City Press 8m
Bafana Bafana head coach Stuart Baxter has admitted to his side’s shortfalls in the loss to Ivory Coast and he has hinted that changes in the next group fixture against Namibia on Friday were likely, by
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City Press 17m
RT : Anglo American Platinum shares are up 2.5% after the company announced that its results for the half year ending June are forecast to climb by at least 80% when compared to the prior comparable half year.
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City Press 32m
The massive bailout of Eskom will most likely be paid for through a combination of debt – in particular issuing of extra state bonds – as well as through approaching major multilateral institutions for loans and even tax hikes from next year
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City Press 1h
Convicted criminal underworld boss Radovan Krejcír has threatened to escape and embarrass authorities if government does not extradite him to the Czech Republic
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City Press 1h
Newsletter| Following its dismal performance in the elections, the DA has placed the task of clawing itself out of the quicksand in the hands of party veteran and outgoing federal executive chairperson James Selfe, who held the position for almost 20 years
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City Press 2h
Newsletter| The introduction of a new cannabis bill by Parliament presents an opportunity to create a uniquely African cannabis industry: “There is already an existing cannabis economy in SA, we don’t have to create something, we just need to enable it”
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City Press 2h
Newsletter| Soap actor Andile Nebulane says he was wrongfully accused and viciously assaulted when eight armed police officers profiled him as a drug dealer in 2011. Eight years later he has still not received justice
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City Press 3h
Newsletter| Those South Africans who have built President Cyril Ramaphosa up to be some kind of saviour are in for a rude awakening, writes
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City Press 3h
Newsletter| Cost-cutting measures introduced by Treasury – such as limiting the use of consultants and doing away with official credit cards – will not be implemented by municipalities next month because SA Local Government Association objected to them
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City Press 4h
Newsletter| Convicted criminal underworld boss Radovan Krejcír has threatened to escape and embarrass authorities if government does not extradite him to the Czech Republichttp://ow.ly/1h1c30oZYE4
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City Press 14h
It is not clear where the injection of close on R230bn of fiscal support from the government that President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in his state of the nation address will come from, according to S&P Global Ratings director Ravi Bhatia by
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City Press 15h
Nafcoc in turmoil as two rental payments from government – totalling R14 million – goes missing: According to a whistle-blower rent collector Zakhumzi Construction's ‘creative accounting’ ensured the money did not reach the intended beneficiary
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City Press 17h
Replying to @DanieMothowagae
RT : The free kick that made South Africans heave a huge sigh of relief:⁩
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City Press 17h
Replying to @DanieMothowagae
RT : The temperature right now at vs Ivory Coast fixture. A sparsely attended match with just the Ivorian supporters band making themselves heard ⁦⁩
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City Press 17h
RT : We are underway at Al Salam Stadium. ⁦⁩
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City Press 18h
Books| John Connolly’s angel of retribution Charlie Parker returns, by
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City Press 21h
MOST READ: Not fair to call us Zuma ministers, says Bongani Bongo, by
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City Press 22h
Afcon: Why Bafana need a great start in Group D, by
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City Press Jun 23
Newsletter| On Tuesday, President Cyril Ramaphosa will receive the answers to the list of questions he posed to Gavin Watson in Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s Bosasa donation probe
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City Press Jun 23
Newsletter| The labelling of recently appointed heads of parliamentary portfolio committees as “Zuma ministers” is “disingenuous, unfair and unwarranted”, says Bongani Bongo, who was appointed as the new chairperson of the home affairs portfolio committee
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