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Falling orders crush iron ore share price

A decrease in demand and increase in supply has left smaller enterprises feeling the squeeze.

Construction firms rat on rivals

Work has slowed in the building sector and firms are turning on one another as the Hawks continue to investigate corruption in the industry.

The hill is alive with young justice

Clerks assigned to judges in the ConCourt remember their service with reverence and awe

The Hill is alive with young justice

Clerks assigned to judges in the ConCourt remember their service with reverence and awe.

Europeans gain the right to be forgotten

Google is removing the results of searches of some people’s names in line with a court ruling, which has protected people’s “right to be forgotten”.

Zim ConCourt finds criminal defamation is ‘unconstitutional’

Zimbabwe’s Con Court has held that a law criminalising defamation is unconstitutional, saying civil remedies were ­preferable to criminal penalties.

Skweyiya rests his case

Instead of becoming a paediatrician, he chose to fight for human rights.

Savings tax mooted to save Cypriot banks sunk by Greek debt

The European Union said it will assist if Cyprus contributes about €7-billion in revenue.

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