Huawei global revenues up in ‘extraordinary’ 2019

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Huawei braves the storm as Europe, Middle East and Africa remains the Chinese technology giant’s biggest market outside of Beijing. by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – HUAWEI has reported a 19,1 percent increase in global sales revenue to CNY858,8 billion (US$120,98 billion) in 2019. Its net profit reached CNY62,7 billion and cash flow from More...

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FNB CEO, Jacques Cellier
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Avon shields violence victims from COVID-19

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Posing for a group photo are Lydenburg youths in Mpumalanga province, who acquired skilled in bricklaying, plastering, plumbing, tiling, painting and carpentry. Photo by Anna Ntabane, CAJ News Mpumalanga Bureau.
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Avon hits back at COVID-19 claims

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Panic buying in South Africa has become order of the day despite the Department of Trade and Industry )DTI) assuring the nation and entire SADC region enough food supplies. Photo. Twitter
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SA food supplies resilient against panic buyers

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