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Crisis commitee sets out plans to secure power
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- State cans controversial plan for mining rights database - opts for 'off the shelf' instead
- Thuggery, intimidation threatens Joburg corruption investigation as turf war plays out
- Big gas users warn Sasol will kill businesses with its massive price hikes
- Cash-strapped Transnet warns of rail tariff hikes to 'recover costs'
- We are underpaid, work long hours with no rest and unfairly blamed for road accidents - truck drivers
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