Speculation that the US is set to tighten crypto-regulation as well as profit-taking fuel the sell-off
It will never implement its decision that suspect leaders need to step aside from positions in the party or the government
Drivers blame delays mainly on coronavirus-related health checks
Repetition wrapped in clichés inside a PR slogan is the hallmark of SA’s forgettable political speeches
Impairments, currency devaluation and restructuring costs hit the packaging company
We find out how technology company BCX is lending a hand to smaller firms
Fraud is often perpetrated by representatives of independent financial advisers, who have contracts with insurers
Everyone will benefit, including private investors and Transnet, writes Donwald Pressly
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E-bikes can amplify the cycling experience — consider it an investment in your health and happiness
Airbnb relies on people leaving 合约数字货币_合约交易home behind, not seeking services to deliver goods in lockdown safety
US data shows that being able to make a living leads to better health outcomes
Returns on real estate investments have been badly hit by the pandemic and may be withheld for some time
Planning should unite citizens behind vision of fostering social justice, prosperity and inclusivity
Debate in SA is more concerned with reviving a ‘normal life’ than keeping up the fight against a dangerous virus
Immunising part of the population is affordable, while SAA is costing the country R10.5bn
A successful recovery plan cannot rely on simply ending restrictions aimed at controlling the contagion
Colorado hospitals are full of people seeking treatment and large Thanksgiving gatherings have become illegal
Employers must ensure that any personal data processed complies with the provisions of the Protection of Personal ...
Vaccines are starting to appear but efficacy and logistics will prove to be problems
The fashion and clothing industry will overcome the myriad challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic
By September Sars had handed over to police just three cases involving cigarette and alcohol smuggling
Eurozone countries should consider creating their own budget instead, to escape the political whims of non-members
Pandemic estimated to force the government to borrow about £372bn (R7.6-trillion) for the financial year ending April ...
Attractive business environment offers a pipeline of infrastructure projects, which have huge implications for local ...
A turnaround will take time because changing the structure of an economy is hard to do
mRNA vaccines instructs cells to produce many substances that allow the body to function, they essentially turn cells ...
The side-effect profiles so far seem nothing to be concerned about, but it’s vital governments educate the public about ...
Retailers will get back to normal methods of serving their customers, though the boost that Covid-19 conferred upon ...
E-commerce and Covid-19 lockdown has spurred rise in online retail sales and growth of deliveries
Buffett probably sees broader value in the pharma space, which had been somewhat beaten down heading into the US ...
Business is asking: how do we return to production without jeopardising people?
The handful of recognisable faces that turned out to support Magashule were a sad and motley crew with doubtful moral ...
The Covid-19 crisis, while not to be underestimated, too shall pass in one way or another
Unprecedented rise in the number of digital solutions and innovations globally
Book about phenomenon of late 1980s lends support to those predicting an inflationary scenario
Finance minister Tito Mboweni is clawing back some incentives, while others are being rendered ineffective
Ramaphosa could use conference this week to shift emphasis away from public projects
The role of women is central to delivering meaningful environmental, social and governance strategies
US president’s drive-by visit to supporters outside hospital elicits strong rebukes
The hard lockdown, despite its economic impact, did much to prevent the virus wreaking more havoc in SA, but we can’t ...
If SA doesn’t recover from its economic crisis, it will go to the IMF, and then be forced to make bitter decisions
Positive Covid-19 vaccine trial results and the market-friendly selection of Janet Yellen as US treasury secretary ...
Brent crude was up 1.1% and WTI crude gained 0.8% with one commentator forecasting Brent to hit $60 per barrel at the ...
Investors are relieved at the prospect of a smooth handover of power after the US election, and are confident a ...
Bullion's safe-haven appeal slips as positive news lends confidence to recovery
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.
Tshwane officials have removed close to 10,000 合约数字货币_合约交易homeless people in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19. 合约数字货币_合约交易homeless people have been placed in shelters throughout the city. They are expected to remain in these shelters until the lockdown ends.
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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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