Crude dips on last trading day after prices rebound on stimulus by governments
People will emerge from lockdown and seek to start living again when the pandemic is over
Land Bank sneaks through horrible results as the auditor-general warns of insufficient audit evidence for reported credit losses
Leader John Steenhuisen says a vaccine programme replacing lockdown is the only way to rescue SA from Covid-19
World’s third-largest gold miner wraps up its final asset sale, securing R400m with another R380m in possible future payments
Though overall consumer inflation has remained low through the Covid-19 crisis food prices have not been as well behaved
Fraud is often perpetrated by representatives of independent financial advisers, who have contracts with insurers
It’s a no-holds-barred scrap as ETF managers, including Sygnia, tear into unit trust funds over new rules
New Zealand captain leapfrogs Australia’s Steve Smith and India’s Virat Kohli
BMW’s Grand Klasse vehicles represent the ultimate that BMW has to offer in terms of luxury and prestige
Along with mRNA vaccines, driverless and electric vehicles also had a year of great advances
Vaccines give hope for a more fashionable future, but men are likely to need less suits and women may stick to comfort ...
Covid-19, corruption and commissions were the subjects occupying readers’ minds the most by far
Sceptics look for areas where change is not happening and miss the positives
These are difficult decisions and all leaders take them with great reluctance
Initial pathology reports indicate that more than 80% of individuals tested after the post-matric events in Umhlanga ...
Foreign minister Kang Kyung-wha says it is hard to believe North Korea’s claim it has no coronavirus cases
Remote working brings a wide range of ethical challenges for organisations, which social and ethics committees seem to ...
But we would need to be wary that a wage subsidy programme would not masquerade as a locomotive of corruption
It is important to make time for restorative activities such as walking in nature and spending quality time with loved ...
Power supply and cannabis are two examples where policymakers fail to face practical realities
Hotels, restaurants and shebeens will again be made to pay for the failures of the state
As the year-end approaches, the question is where to from here?
Saving the doomed SAA has done damage to the government’s fiscal outlook
SA’s ejection from the FTSE World Government Bond Index did not hammer the market, but the mix of investors has shifted
Tech start-ups on the continent have fared well regardless of the pandemic-stricken year
The smug one-upmanship of which country gets, or which regulator approves, the vaccine first helps nobody in the long ...
With Covid-19 infection rates rising again, difficult decisions have to be made once more
The income of about three-quarters of participants in a survey plunged between March and August
While the IMF has called on policymakers to grow investments, struggling nations would benefit from fiscal support and ...
The restrictions touted for Covid-19 hotspots are sensible as SA cannot afford to turn the economy on and off
Euro hits its highest level since April 2018 versus US dollar
Oil gained ground on the back of a weaker dollar, a decline in US crude oil inventories and as Britain approved another ...
US dollar close to two and a half year trough adds support
MSCI’s gauge rises to record high led by gains in Chinese shares
The Covid-19 pandemic is a major threat to physical health, but it has also become a significant challenge for mental health. The pandemic and lockdown have had many negative consequences, including what some therapists call a 'loss of identity' in South Africans. Clinical social worker Carin Marcus shares some insights and ways of dealing with stress and anxiety brought on by the pandemic..
South Africans wasted no time to get their share of booze and smokes as lockdown level 2 started on August 18 2020. But for bottle store owners and employees, the day was an opportunity to get back on their feet, earning an income to put food on their families' table and job security. Here's what the first day back at work was like for a Pretoria bottle store.
A clinical research centre in Cape Town called TASK has begun a vaccine clinical trial on 500 health workers to determine if the Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine can prevent people from contracting the coronavirus or limit the severity of Covid-19 symptoms.
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South Africa's treasury says it will take up a $1bn (about R19bn) loan from the New Development Bank (NDB) - formerly known as the Brics Development Bank - to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
South Africa's 21-day lockdown initially prohibited any movement between provinces, other than essential services. This presented problems for people wanting to hold or attend burials and funerals across the country. The regulations have since been amended however to allow people a chance to pay their last respects. Here is what you need to know about regulations concerning movement to attend funerals.
The Covid-19 coronavirus, targets human cells with ACE2 receptors, which are found in the respiratory system. The immune response can trigger potentially deadly inflammations and the virus can spread from the lungs to other organs. Here’s a visual representation of how Covid-19 infects and damages the human body.
With many small businesses taking a financial hit during SA's 21-day lockdown, personal trainer Abdullah Bayett, who runs SKR Martial Arts & Fitness Academy in Lenasia, Johannesburg, is trying to see the lockdown as a new challenge. He has been recording a combination of fitness routines and sharing the videos with his members via WhatApp to ensure they stay fit during the lockdown.
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