Today's business update — and why Huawei's new phones in SA may not have Facebook or Twitter

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From Business Insider South Africa:Huawei isn’t sure its future phones in SA will have Facebook or Twitter – but after big growth in 2019, it isn’t worriedTito Mboweni's giant, 'accidental' dagga plant is doing well – but not so well as to be illegal yetI spent a day working at WeWork Johannesburg - where R3,000 a month will buy you a desk, unlimited coffee and beer, and breakfasts on MondayTwo hours of telephone calls a day is not ‘unlimited’, advertising regulator tells MTNSA Post Office: don't send mail to China while the Wuhan virus is on the looseKenya is being menaced by swarms of billions of locusts, and only has 5 small planes spraying pesticide to fight backApple is expected to launch its new iPhone 12 lineup this fall — here's everything we know about it so far8 famous companies that were started by teenagersToday's headlines:1.

Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Gwede Mantashe said at the Investing in African Mining Indaba yesterday that government hoped to create a new power generation entity distinct from Eskom. Government will also give the green light to mining companies to generate energy for self-use without a licence.

They would be able to sell electricity if they were successful in getting a licence.

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