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LG follows Samsung to market with 105-inch monster TV
30/7/2014 9:38
LG follows Samsung to market with 105-inch monster TVIf you liked the look of Samsung's living room-filling 105-inch curved screen ultra-high-definition television set but were put off by its $120,000 asking price, there's good news.
McDonald's Japan unveils 'tofu nuggets' after China meat scandal
30/7/2014 8:19
McDonald's Japan unveils 'tofu nuggets' after China meat scandalMcDonald's restaurants in Japan are turning to time-honoured Asian soul food, tofu, as the chain scrambles to minimise the damage from an embarrassing tainted meat scandal in China.
Japan's ANA swings back into the black
30/7/2014 11:16
Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) said it had swung back to profitability in the three months to June
KykNET fined R30,000 for Tourette skit KykNET fined R30,000 for Tourette skit
29/7/2014 11:16
Afrikaans pay-TV channel kykNET has been fined R30,000 for broadcasting a programme mimicking people suffering from Tourette's Syndrome.
Zuma appoints fiscal commision members Zuma appoints fiscal commision members
24/7/2014 16:29
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday appointed three members to the Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC).
 
Second quarter unemployment rate  25.5%: Stats SA Second quarter unemployment rate 25.5%: Stats SA
29/7/2014 14:55
The unemployment rate increased by 0.3 percent between the first and second quarters of 2014 to reach 25.5 percent.
Numsa wary of wage offer amendment Numsa wary of wage offer amendment
24/7/2014 14:11
Trade union Numsa expressed fears that an amendment by employers to the new wage offer will result in retrenchments or restructuring in the next three years.
 
Japan''s ANA swings back into the black Japan's ANA swings back into the black
30/7/2014 11:16
Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) said it had swung back to profitability in the three months to June
McDonald's Japan unveils 'tofu nuggets' after China meat scandal McDonald's Japan unveils 'tofu nuggets' after China meat scandal
30/7/2014 8:19
McDonald's restaurants in Japan are turning to time-honoured Asian soul food, tofu, as the chain scrambles to minimise the damage from an embarrassing tainted meat scandal in China.
 
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Japan's ANA swings back into the blackJapan's ANA swings back into the black
30/7/2014 11:16
Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) said it had swung back to profitability in the three months to June
 
LG follows Samsung to market with 105-inch monster TVLG follows Samsung to market with 105-inch monster TV
30/7/2014 9:38
If you liked the look of Samsung's living room-filling 105-inch curved screen ultra-high-definition television set but were put off by its $120,000 asking price, there's good news.
 
McDonald's Japan unveils 'tofu nuggets' after China meat scandalMcDonald's Japan unveils 'tofu nuggets' after China meat scandal
30/7/2014 8:19
McDonald's restaurants in Japan are turning to time-honoured Asian soul food, tofu, as the chain scrambles to minimise the damage from an embarrassing tainted meat scandal in China.
 
Facebook to messaging from main mobile appFacebook to messaging from main mobile app
29/7/2014 16:03
Following what the company describes as a successful trial in Europe, the world's largest social network is going to confine the ability to message Facebook friends solely to the dedicated Facebook Messenger app.
 
LG launches the curious Tab Book 11LG launches the curious Tab Book 11
29/7/2014 15:58
It's essentially an 11.6-inch Android tablet, but one that seems to think it's a Chromebook or a laptop.
 
Apple unveils updated MacBook Pro notebooksApple unveils updated MacBook Pro notebooks
29/7/2014 15:56
As anticipated, the iPhone maker has boosted both the memory and processing power of its professional laptop range and has also cut the price of its one remaining non-Retina Display model.
 
Answer on Eskom finances by September: BrownAnswer on Eskom finances by September: Brown
29/7/2014 15:22
Eskom will know by September how government plans to help it remain financially sustainable.
 
Heat on Morrisons CEO as ex-Tesco man named next chairmanHeat on Morrisons CEO as ex-Tesco man named next chairman
29/7/2014 14:28
Morrisons named Tesco veteran Andrew Higginson as its next chairman.
 
New Cadillacs to offer wireless phone chargingNew Cadillacs to offer wireless phone charging
29/7/2014 14:17
In an attempt to cut in-cabin clutter and make their customers' lives easier, the company wants to make it simpler to keep handsets connected and topped up without having to fiddle with connecting cables and will become the first US automotive brand to offer wireless charging as standard on
 
McDonald's Japan pulls profit forecast after China meat scandalMcDonald's Japan pulls profit forecast after China meat scandal
29/7/2014 14:04
McDonald's Japan pulled its profit forecast for the year as it acknowledged that an "appalling" tainted meat scandal at a Chinese supplier would dent its finances.
 
New Eskom CEO to be appointed soonNew Eskom CEO to be appointed soon
29/7/2014 13:10
A new Eskom CEO will be appointed in the next few weeks.
 
Broadcaster E.TV fined R10,000: BCCSABroadcaster E.TV fined R10,000: BCCSA
29/7/2014 11:50
E.TV has been fined R10,000 for airing adult material before 8pm.
 
China to put Glaxo investigators on trialChina to put Glaxo investigators on trial
29/7/2014 11:30
A Shanghai court says American and British investigators who worked for drug maker GlaxoSmithKline will stand trial Aug. 8 on charges of illegally obtaining information on Chinese citizens.
 
McDonald's Japan to strengthen checks on chickenMcDonald's Japan to strengthen checks on chicken
29/7/2014 11:25
McDonald's in Japan is increasing its checks on chicken from suppliers in China and Thailand after allegations a Chinese supplier sold expired chicken. It says the scare will hurt its earnings.
 
KykNET fined R30,000 for Tourette skitKykNET fined R30,000 for Tourette skit
29/7/2014 11:16
Afrikaans pay-TV channel kykNET has been fined R30,000 for broadcasting a programme mimicking people suffering from Tourette's Syndrome.
 






 

 




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