Employers body vows to combat effects of Covid-19 pandemic

The International Organisation of Employers has called for the mobilisation of resources for a global Covid-19 fund

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How Africa’s central banks are tackling the effects of Covid-19

In countries such as SA, the burden of support has fallen on the central bank because the government lacks the resources to provide stimulus

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Icasa seeks to speed up temporary allocation of radio spectrum

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Woolworths executives take pay cut due to Covid-19 to support employees

Retailer will continue to pay staff and give essential service workers a bonus

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SA to take $1bn Covid-19 loan from New Development Bank

Loan will be made available within days to help fight the corona virus pandemic

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Mines must return to work on April 17 ‘or face permanent damage’

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Oil falls as Russia and Saudi Arabia delay output cut meeting

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Auction delays could affect going-concern status, Gemfields says

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Rand recovers a little after reaching a record low of R19.34/$

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