How lockdown level 3 will affect business in South Africa
These are some of the key provisions published in the government gazette on Thursday that aim to restart the country's economy:
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Virus could cost South Africa 5 years of potential output
South Africa stands to lose five years of potential economic output due to the shock from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Amid lockdown, Kenyan medical startup brings clinic to your home
Nathalie Maikere is one of over 600 Nairobians getting medical care at home through TIBU Health, a Kenyan startup.
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Carlyle spins out African team as it ends plans for new fund
Carlyle Group Inc. is spinning out its sub-Saharan African team to a new company formed by the managers of its $700 million regional fund.
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'Africa's Major' the Nedbank Golf Challenge rescheduled for December 3 to 6
'Africa's Major' the Nedbank Golf Challenge (NGC) has been rescheduled to be held from December 3 to 6, the European Tour announced on Thursday.
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Serie A gets green light for restart on June 20
Italy's top-flight Serie A soccer league has been given the go-ahead to restart on June 20 following the novel coronavirus stoppage, the country's sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora said on Thursday.
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Cavendish's Tour chances hit by season suspension, says Ellingworth
Mark Cavendish's chances of being selected to race at this year's Tour de France have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic as he has not had time to prove his form and fitness, Bahrain-McLaren general manager Rod Ellingworth said.
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More European leagues set to return to action
European football will continue its cautious return to play following the Covid-19 stoppage over the next week as a number of the continent's smaller leagues restart with some novelties and one team in serious trouble for breaking coronavirus rules.
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Social media firms shouldn't be 'arbiters of truth', says Facebook's Zuckerberg
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg says the major social media companies should not position themselves as the gatekeepers of political speech online, as US President Donald Trump threatens to regulate the firms.
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Coronavirus scares halt wheels of justice across the country
At least a dozen courts, lawyers and Department of Justice offices have been closed due to suspected and confirmed Covid-19 cases this month.
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How lockdown level 3 will affect business in South Africa
These are some of the key provisions published in the government gazette on Thursday that aim to restart the country's economy:
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Here's how one SA school is preparing to welcome learners back on June 1
While the nation locked down on April 20, Fourways High School geared up. By the time the education minister announced that all teachers would return to school on May 25, the school had a response plan ready.
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