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Western Cape, Gauteng suburbs tops in estate agency search

Apr 22 2019 19:45

Suburbs in the Western Cape and Gauteng came out tops in the first quarter of 2019 as the most searched for nationally on the website of estate agency RE/MAX.

Banks

Sunday Read: Passwords, malware and why banks aren't the bad guys

Apr 21 2019 09:38

South African Banking Risk Information Centre CEO Kalyani Pillay says she has led an agile and growing organisation that assists banks through a unique model to improve security.

Travel & Leisure

Hanekom on suspension of tourism CEO: no such thing as bad timing for right governance

Apr 22 2019 15:49

There is no such thing as bad timing when it comes to the right governance, Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom says about the suspension of the SA Tourism CEO.

Travel & Leisure

Sri Lanka blames jihadist group for deadly attacks, admits there were prior warnings

Apr 22 2019 11:06

Sri Lanka has blamed local jihadist group National Thowheed Jamath for one of Asia’s deadliest terrorist attacks in years, admitting there had been several warnings from foreign intelligence agencies about the impending violence.

Companies

Tesla board shakeup seen as 'important step' in governance

Apr 22 2019 10:45

Tesla will bid farewell to longtime directors and reduce the size of its 11-member board to nine as the automaker ushers in a new era of corporate governance.

In the news

9 safety tips to help curb cash crimes in SA's stores

Apr 21 2019 19:45

Cash crime is prevalent in SA and not going away soon, but vigilant retailers can help improve the general safety of their stores, says joint CEO of a retail cash management company.

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Airlines to check engines on grounded Boeing 737 Max, say insiders

Apr 21 2019 14:56

At least two airlines have conducted inspections on the grounded Boeing Co. 737 Max over concerns about an issue that could damage some engine parts, people familiar with the matter said.

Companies

Ransomware 'hero' who stopped WannaCry pleads guilty to US hacking charges

Apr 21 2019 09:59

A British computer security researcher once hailed as a "hero" for helping stem a ransomware outbreak and later accused of creating malware to attack the banking system said on Friday he pleaded guilty to US criminal charges.

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