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British Airways pilots call off planned strike
British Airways pilots scrapped a planned one-day walkout scheduled for later this month to pursue “meaningful new discussions” as the union sought to end a deadlock over wages.
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Zimbabwe buys 150 000 tons of SA corn as tender fails
Zimbabwe agreed to buy 150 000 tons of South African corn after a tender five times that size failed, leaving the country short of grain as the number of people without adequate food rises, according to people familiar with the situation.
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The importance of having a well-structured will
People often neglect to give proper attention to their will because it forces them to face their own mortality. Yet this is one of the most important documents necessary for estate planning.
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We pay dividends and don’t need bailouts: Acsa boss
Despite Airports Company SA (Acsa) reporting a slump in operating profit of almost 59% for its full-year to March 31, acting CEO Bongiwe Mbomvu says the parastatal is in a good financial position compared to other state-owned enterprises.
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Acsa avoids Eskom pitfalls to post profit
South Africa’s airports operator posted its eighth consecutive annual profit, setting it apart from other key state-owned companies in the country that need government bailouts to keep running.
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