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Covid-19 Business Watch
Covid-19 Business Watch
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Covid-19 Business Watch on Business Day TV features a range of interviews with people, executives and officials engaged in initiatives and activities across industries and business sectors to deal with the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the lockdown on South Africa’s economy, its companies and its people.

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WATCH: Covid-19 and SA’s energy future

Business Day TV talks to various industry experts about the case for renewable energy in SA’s post-lockdown economic ...

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WATCH: What Africa can learn from the ‘miracle on the Han’

Jong-Dae Park, the South Korean ambassador to SA and Dr Martyn Davies, Deloitte MD for emerging markets & Africa, speak ...

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WATCH: Why small caps need a boost after Covid-19

Business Day TV’s Michael Avery talks to a panel about why SA’s capital market environment does not support small-cap ...

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WATCH: Will lockdown pragmatism prevail?

Business Day TV’s Michael Avery talks to a panel of experts about the coronavirus lockdown and the decline in public ...

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WATCH: Covid-19 is changing e-commerce trends in SA

Business Day TV’s Michael Avery talks to a panel about how Covid-19 has changed online retail in SA

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Covid-19 Business Watch on Business Day TV features a range of interviews with people, executives and officials engaged in initiatives and activities across ...


The coronavirus pandemic represents a turning point for the payments industry, as those companies that have invested heavily in digital and mobile technologies are thriving. The World Health Organization warned that banknotes may spread coronavirus and recommended using contactless payments where possible to help control the virus. It is unlikely that it will end the use of cash everywhere, of course, but it may be enough to push many markets towards a new cashless paradigm.

As pharmaceutical giants around the world race to find a cure for the Coronavirus, Madagascar says it already has one. There has been heated debate surrounding this cure, with so much uncertainty regarding the effects and how well it works. Many African countries have turned to traditional African medicine in the fight against the novel Coronavirus. But will this cause more risk than remedy? Catch all this and the latest Coronavirus updates worldwide with host Collette Prince on Business Watch Covid-19.


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