Trump has said his administration is ‘not happy’ with Beijing, and is expected to announce new US policies regarding China later in the day
The disastrous social, educational and emotional effects of staying out of school outweigh the still unclear health ones, writes Andreas Kluth
There are now 29,240 confirmed cases across SA, with the Western Cape still the epicentre
SA may need about R1.7-trillion to recover and will push for ‘massive infrastructure spending within labour-intensive sectors’
The financial services group has also withdrawn its 2020 profit guidance due to the coronavirus pandemic
Tongaat is in the middle of a revival strategy after an accounting scandal compounded a weak operational performance in recent years
Measures put in place during lockdowns are likely to persist, with huge implications for every aspect of life and business
Jimmy Lai, a constant thorn in China’s side, encourages US pressure, saying Beijing ‘must feel the pain’ as it hamstrings Hong Kong's autonomy
Renault, which came in fifth overall in 2019, has a driver vacancy for 2021
In Pictures: South Africans queue for food as the country prepares to re-open; protests in far corners of the world, but not linked to Covid-19
From an interview with Larry Brilliant at Wired:
Brilliant is an epidemiologist who helped eradicate smallpox.
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