Is having children always 'selfless'?.
Why do we always want more? PRETORIA - Almost a decade ago I got my very first permanent job. In the ten years since, my career has progressed. It has taken a few exciting and some unexpected turns and in this time, my paycheque has also increased quite substantially.
- Reuters Johannesburg - The rand firmed against the dollar early on Thursday, recovering from a fall through R10-to-the-greenback level to trade back in a familiar range. Better-than-expected offshore data such as eurozone GDP helped prop up emerging markets in the previous session, which also pushed down the dollar index. The rand opened Thursday's session at R9.9660/$ on improving sentiment towards emerging markets and hit a session high of R9.9250. Even as the rand recovers from Wednesday's fall, dealers do not expect it will make significant further gains due to simmering worries of labour strife in the crucial mining and manufacturing sectors. The currency is expected to trade in a range of around R9.80 to just above R10 for the next few sessions. "The rand may struggle to see any further upside versus the dollar as it remains vulnerable to negative news out of the mining and auto sector regards strikes," said Christopher Shiells of Informa Global Markets. "Tomorrow's one-year anniversary of the Marikana shootings will keep traders nervous." Friday marks the anniversary of the deadliest security incident in the post-apartheid era when police shot dead 34 striking workers at Lonmin's Marikana platinum mine, inflaming violent labour strife that has shown few signs of abating. Workers in the auto sector said they planned to go on strike from Monday, which is likely to hit manufacturers in an industry that has seen continued consumer demand while the rest of the country's sectors struggle. Yields on government bonds were down two basis points to 8.255% on the benchmark 2026 issue.
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Education is an intimate and personal process, but there is space for more..
SA ranks its maths and science second last in the world. - www.mg.co.za
Participating in online additional classes for Maths, Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Computer science could help this statistic.
Buying fashionable items online seem far fetch, but it depends.
We have a fit or return policy. It eliminates the worries and makes online shopping a pleasure
Maximizing your time and saving both on shopping and petrol seems appealing.