National firms and trade unions' parochial mindset shows ignorance of history.
Government must stop blaming history for messes of its own making, says Leopold Scholtz.
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European shares have fallen, setting them on course for a weekly loss, as investors were unnerved by conflicting signals from Greece's debt talks.
European shares have been little changed at the open, keeping within their recent range, as investors awaited developments in Greek debt talks.
Asian markets have been mostly higher, with Japan's Nikkei up for an eleventh straight session as the yen sat near 12-year lows against the dollar.
Wall Street stocks have dipped, following leading eurozone equity markets lower on worries about a potential Greek exit from the currency bloc.
London's benchmark FTSE 100 index of top companies finished 0.11% higher compared with Wednesday's close to 7 040.92 points.
US stocks have opened lower as Avago Technologies announced a $37bn deal to acquire fellow chipmaker Broadcom.
Loftus Versfeld, the Blue Bulls rugby team’s home ground, now has a Wi-Fi network to help fans upload selfies and even watch streaming video replays.
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