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JSE opens lower after Greece says ‘no’

After a referendum in which Greeks rejected economic rescue measures, the JSE has opened markedly lower, tracking global markets as the contagion hits emerging countries.


Letter from Greece: The gates of hell on earth

A Fin24 user who lives in Greece says that looking into the future, she sees two gates but feels that whatever the outcome, Greece and its people are doomed.

Zuma and Mandela probed by Hawks over Aurora

The Hawks are investigating President Jacob Zuma's nephew and Nelson Mandela's grandson in connection with alleged criminal activities stemming from the Aurora case.

Telkom CEO denies car fraud allegations

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko has denied allegations of car fraud after reports that he is facing charges of cloning car licence plates to avoid traffic fines.



Murray cautious of Karlovic threat

Andy Murray is taking nothing for granted in his match against Ivo Karlovic, despite being a considered a heavy favourite to advance to the next round.

Cummins: I'm ready for the Ashes

Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins has only played one Test match, and hasn't played red ball cricket in two years, but feels he is ready to take his place in the side after being called up for the Ashes.

Agent: Cuadrado staying put

Juan Cuadrado's agent, Alessandro Lucci, has denied reports that his client is set to leave Chelsea in order to seal a return to the Serie A.

Tech, Games and Gadgets

The iPhone 6S Rumours Keep Rolling in

It’s still months before Apple is set to reveal the rumoured iPhone 6S, but the rumours have not been scarce. The newest iPhone 6S rumours come from 9to5 Mac, which has become a trusted source of Apple news, leaks and predictions over the years. We’ll have to wait and see what Apple has up its […]

Just How Affordable Will 4K TVs be in the Future?

4K resolution TVs, also known as UHD, and Ultra HD. These gorgeous TV have set out to take over your living room, PC, and gaming centre as your new visual experience. With very little entertainment support and a steep price, when will 4K be the new 1080p TV that everyone can run out and buy […]

The Best and Worst E3 to Date

E3 takes place every year, around June developers, press, and the console giants meet up in LA for the biggest week in gaming of the year. Although E3 is a huge event, some of the years have been lacklustre whereas some of them have been the best in the history of the event. As someone […]


A shot of alcohol - in the vein - stimulates women’s appetite: study

In what could be the first study of how the brain arbitrates eating when alcohol is involved, scientists concluded that it enhances food aromas for women, leading us to eat more.

Would you drive on Japan's scary rollercoaster bridge?

Ejima bridge is the connection between the cities of Sakaiminato and Matsue in Japan. It has been hailed as the scariest bridge by social media users. Picture posted to Twitter by Let's Talk Brandin.

Problem drinking, promiscuity predictable ahead of the game: study

Whether or not a young adult will abuse alcohol or engage in risky sexual behavior could be foreseen using brain scans, according to a research team from Duke University in the US.
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