Markets rally for second day on hopes coronavirus infections are falling in Europe
The harms of a prolonged shutdown would far outweigh the fairly limited harms of businesses reopening
Retired Constitutional Court justice Kate O'Regan says any other use or disclosure of tracing information will be unlawful
Campaign to contain spread of virus steps up a gear as SA enters the second week of national lockdown
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The world has lived through crises before by stimulating activity, but what then when there are lockdowns?
Retailers talk to Business Day TV about the challenges the sector faces
Luiz Henrique Mandetta has openly contradicted the far-right president who has minimised the danger of the epidemic and opposed lockdowns
A virus-free India team playing in an empty ground would at least allow millions of rand to flow into the economy
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