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Zuma to speak at Albert Luthuli commemoration

The 50th anniversary of the death of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Albert Luthuli will be commemorated in Groutville, KwaZulu-Natal, on Friday.

President Jacob Zuma is expected to deliver a speech and lay a wreath at the grave, a national heritage site, and unveil the plaque at the newly-built Luthuli memorial.

The ceremony is scheduled to start on the Groutville sports ground at 10:00.

Chief Albert Luthuli died on July 21, 1967. He was struck by a goods train whi...

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Nelson Mandela University must uphold Madiba’s v...

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the newly launched Nelson Mandela University must strive to uphold all the values the icon it is named after stood for‚ including non-racialism‚ non-sexism‚ honesty‚ truth and integrity.

Ramaphosa delivered the keynote address at the university’s official ren...

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Bitcoin prices back to near record highs after new...

Bitcoin backers celebrated as the community embraced a new mechanism to improve usage and allow it to scale, boosting confidence in the virtual currency and sending prices back near record highs.

The community, which had been split on how best to make the cryptocurrency more manageable, rallied behind a code upgrade known as SegWit2x, which aims to increase the network’s transaction capacity. That fueled a rally on Thursday in bitcoin’s price against the dollar, which had plummeted from a peak in June as concerns grew about...

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Reserve Bank announces surprise interest rate cut

South African Reserve Bank governor, Lesetja Kganyago, has announced that the Monetary Policy Committee will cut the country’s national interest rates.

Following the cut, the repo rate is now 6.75% and the prime lending rate is 10.25%.

Kganyago said the decision was made as rand remains vulnerable to global monetary policy developments and credit rating downgrades.

“Given the improved inflation outlook and the deteriorated growth outlook, the MPC has decided to reduce the repurchase rate by 25 basis points w...

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OUTsurance launches new smartphone app

OUTsurance has launched a new mobile app alongside new functionality to its company website and a revised corporate identity.

According to a media statement by the company, the new OUTsurance mobile app will offer a number of new features including the ability to lodge a claim on the app or complete a windscreen claim without having to interact with the call centre.

Clients can now also cover a new item on their current facility by taking a photo of the new item using their smartphone, and can earn cash rebates off of...

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Be radical like Mandela’s generation – Zuma’...

President Jacob Zuma has called on the youth to follow in the footsteps of former late president Nelson Mandela and his generation and achieve “radical economic transformation”.

Mandela, Walter Sisulu and Oliver Tambo belonged to a special generation of young people who were radical, robust and daring, Zuma told members of the ANC Youth League in the party’s Cape Town region on Monday.

“They were not cowards. However, I must emphasise their radicalism was informed by conviction and not by convenience”. “They were radical truly because they believed in the moral and intellectual superiority of their ideas.” It was Mandela’s generation that formed uMkhonto we Sizwe in 1961, and he becam...

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