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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.

Latest episodes

WATCH: The week in review

Michael Avery and his guests unpack this week’s market performance

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WATCH: From AI to IA

Michael Avery and his panel of experts discuss intelligent automation and what it holds for business and staff

By Business Day TV

WATCH: Covid-19 Business Watch: Indlulamithi scenarios

Michael Avery and guests debate what it takes to build a more socially cohesive SA state

By Business Day TV

Covid-19 Business Watch: A luta continua

Michael Avery and his guests discuss the possible drivers behind last week's riots

By Michael Avery

WATCH: The week in review

Business Day TV discusses the economics of SA protests, lockdown and recovery

By Business Day TV

More Episodes

Last year this time most headlines read “what we know about the Coronavirus and the race to find a vaccine”, now that there is a selection of jabs being administered worldwide, the question becomes “should kids get vaccinated”? With the elderly somewhat taken cared of with regards to vaccines, the focus has shifted to children, a group that has been neglected during this vaccine race. Pfizer says it will begin testing its COVID-19 vaccine in a bigger group of children under age 12, but at a lower dose.

PODCAST: Economic news of the year: How business has adapted to Covid-19 and survived 2020

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