CEOs converge as walls close on Zuma

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CEOs converge on Pretoria to protest what they say is the abuse of state resources and institutions.


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South African miner African Rainbow Minerals dropped KPMG as its auditor, joining a host of other local companies breaking ties with the firm.
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Mmusi Maimane, said that government could not afford to "throw billions" of rands at the loss-making national carrier, South African Airways.
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Police on Monday regretted killing industrialist's son, Bunty Shah, in a botched up operation in Nairobi on Sunday.
Implats held out an olive branch to shareholders following a revolt over its remuneration policy last week.
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