Three Western Cape pupils have been recognised for their incredible resilience in almost unspeakable circumstances.
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A Taiwanese tourist was recently arrested and fined after wearing a bikini that was deemed to be too revealing on the Philippine island of Boracay.
As we say goodbye to yet another charming (but not so wallet-friendly) wedding season, we look back to see if any new trends are emerging.
As a consumer you will now only be limited to three purchases before requiring an import code in order to buy any more goods internationally.
SARS marked the 65th anniversary of the World Customs Organisation with “pomp and style”, military dogs included.
A Pakistani man who used a kitchen knife to murder his sister says he flew into a rage after catching her using a mobile phone.
Compu-clearing CEO, Arnold Garber, discusses with Fin24 the company's results and future prospects after growing revenue by 8% to R72m.
Afghan police have arrested the parents of a 14-year-old girl after they attacked a religious cleric and cut off his nose and ears in retaliation for what they say were a series of sexual attacks.
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Cross-border organised crime is on the rise, SA Revenue Service commissioner Edward Kieswetter said on Wednesday, making particular reference to crimes involving illicit financial flows.
Trying new things teaches us lessons we never thought we needed to learn.
The Southern African Customs Union agreement of 2002 in its current form has not achieved intended industrial development in member countries and the agreement is being reviewed.
National Treasury is concerned about initiatives to fragment the customs administration and collection systems as proposed in the Border Management Agency Bill that currently serves before Parliament.
Compu-Clearing Outsourcing has grown revenue for the year by 8% and is now targeting Africa, CEO Arnold Garber tells Fin24.
The lack of autonomy women face in India was highlighted again last week when this bizarre story was reported.
The family of former president Nelson Mandela should remember that his death was not just felt by them, but worldwide, amaXhosa prince Xhanti Sigcawu says.
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