STREET DOGS: Albert Camus on pestilence and complicity

Plagues have a way of recurring in the world, yet somehow we find it hard to believe in ones that crash down on our heads

EDITORIAL: What’s next after PSG’s bold and laudable Capitec move?

CEO Piet Mouton would do well to close the many entry points and develop another winner

XOLILE SIZANI: Resilient spirit will help firms overcome crisis

Companies need to relook strategies, have a long-term view and reinvent themselves

BRIGHT KHUMALO: TikTok’s explosive growth makes it worth watching

The sharing app could dominate the market and send Facebook value into a tailspin

Holders of SA debt have to know how it will be reduced

The government has to provide a credible plan to investors on the management of servicing costs

DESERET NEWS: Pandemic aggravates mental health problems

Rise in Utah suicides shows need for further effort to promote awareness of psychological  wellbeing

STEPHEN CRANSTON: Equity market takes a hit as volatility spurs move to interest-bearing funds

An Asisa senior policy adviser says there was a R220m decline in assets under management to R2.26-trillion

Spatial inequalities should inform how the lockdown is relaxed

Detailed maps show which areas in SA are at higher risk than others, and these must be carefully considered by officials

GENEVIEVE QUINTAL: The dangers of preying on the faithful for votes

Not only will gatherings promote the spread of Covid-19, other sectors will be less likely to stick to the lockdown

ANTHONY BUTLER: The faithful outnumber the whingers, as the ANC well knows

SA is an overwhelmingly God-fearing nation, which is why reopening places of worship may play to the ANC’s conservative base

Lifting arms embargo could be catastrophic for South Sudan

SA has a new opportunity to help South Sudan down the path toward peace with UN arms embargo vote

KEVIN MCCALLUM: Players will enter stage left pursued by a virus

Keeping fans away is one thing but there’s no getting away from the blood, sweat and spit of rugby

LETTER: Shareholders must vote down directors standing for re-election at Trencor

Not do so is to invite a new set of Trencors, where arrogant and underperforming insiders are richly rewarded

Pandemic creates ways for scorned shacklands to call government to account

Asivikelane campaign allows residents to monitor services to keep pressure on national and local authorities

Working from home, popular even before Covid-19, is not just for millennials

The pandemic, as a sort of global trial, has proved that home-working can and does work — and uses less energy, writes John Kemp

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