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Cape TownSunny Intervals17ºC/27ºC
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Thursday, 25th May 2017

South Africa News Headlines | Tiger Brands overcomes drought with modest growth and increase in dividends
Tiger Brands has weathered the drought and saw its HEPS rise by 7%, while it increased its dividend by 4% for the six months ended 31 March 2017. | Eskom to investigate if Molefe documents were destroyed
Eskom will investigate whether documents and correspondence relating to the reinstatement of Brian Molefe as CEO were destroyed shortly after they were requested by Parliament. | Net1 founder Belamant to retire after SASSA controversy
Net1 founder Serge Belamant will retire early after a storm of controversy over a contract it holds in SA to distribute billions of rands of welfare payments to 17 million people. | Spieth seeks rare back-to-back titles at Colonial
Jordan Spieth will try to match fellow Texan Ben Hogan as a back-to-back winner of the PGA Dean & DeLuca Invitational when play begins at Colonial. | Nadal targets 10th title in French Open generation game
Rafael Nadal is poised to tighten the old guard's Grand Slam grip by capturing an unprecedented 10th French Open. | CJ: Rassie has transformed Munster
Irelands South African-born flank, CJ Stander, has hailed the impact that Rassie Erasmus has made since arriving at Munster. | Cwele: Data costs still too high
Telecommunications and Postal Services Minister Siyabonga Cwele said the price of data in South Africa remains sticky, suggesting lack of competition in the industry. | Second death rocks NZ rugby
New Zealand rugby has suffered two fatalities in the space of eight days after a 22-year-old player suffered a cardiac arrest during a club match. | Going, going, gone at French Open
The French Open gets underway at Roland Garros on Sunday with a host of stars sidelined and others fighting races against time to be fit.

'Scowling' Kapp targets World Cup final
Marizanne Kapp says the Proteas aim to go all the way at the Womens World Cup this year.