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Once an ANC stronghold, Marikana residents likely to pin hopes on EFF

2016-07-26 20:12:46.0

The ANC took 92% of the vote in Marikana in the 2011 local elections but only 38% in the 2014 general elections, when the EFF took 25% in the ward

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JSE overstates foreign buying

25 July 2016

Nicky Newton-King, CEO of JSE Ltd, speaks to Giulietta Talevi about a computer glitch that overestimated foreign purchases of SA equities between May and July;

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Stock Watch Pick

25 July 2016

Join Giulietta Talevi and her guests – Ian Cruickshanks from the SA Institute of Race Relations and IGSA’s Leigh Riley – as they look into the day’s top performing stocks and answer your stock-related queries. SMS ‘stock’ and your question to 33814 or email: stockwatch@bdtv.co.za.

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