Facebook steps up fight against misinformation regarding COVID-19 pandemic


SA coffee shop feels the wrath of the COVID-19 lockdown

As South Africa is currently in a national lockdown due to the Covid-19 outbreak one of the many issues that businesses face is the decrease in customers and supply disruptions; one such company facing the wrath of the lockdown is a coffee shop called Bean There, the owner Jonathan Robinson is now looking at big South Africa retailers such as Pick ‘n Pay, Spar & Takealot to keep afloat. Jonathan joins CNBC Africa for more.

China’s electric vehicles demand has been surprisingly healthy: Xpeng Motors | Street Signs

Xpeng Motors' vice chairman and president, Brian Gu noted that Chinese demand for electric vehicles has not fallen as the coronavirus crisis eases in the country. He adds that Xpeng Motors currently has no plans to launch sales in the United States a

Stock market probably won’t bottom for another couple of months, analyst says | Squawk Box Europe

Michael O'Sullivan, former CIO of international wealth management at Credit Suisse and author of "The Levelling," discusses the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis.

As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise globally, social media giant, Facebook has stepped up its fight against misinformation regarding the virus on its platforms. Kojo Boakye, Facebook Head of Public Policy for Africa for more.

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Lockdowns, curfews and doorstep testing: Africa’s crackdown on the coronavirus

By: Elliot Smith KEY POINTS The Africa Centers for...

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When can economies open up again after coronavirus lockdowns? | Street Signs Asia

Chinese businesses are getting back online again after coronavirus shutdowns. Shane Oliver of AMP says other nations could open up their economies five or six weeks after beginning lockdowns.

WeWork saga was ‘final nail in the coffin’ for traditional coworking model | Capital Connection

The WeWork saga has been the "final nail in the coffin" for the traditional co-working model, says Nam Do, co-founder of UPGen, who notes that investor sentiment in the co-working space sector is likely to remain low for now.

How Airlines Are Trying To Protect Passengers From Coronavirus

Health officials say air travel is causing viruses and bacteria to spread around the world faster than ever before. Airlines, at the center of the coronavirus epidemic, have come under intense scrutiny for the safety and cleanliness of their cabins.

Lockdowns, curfews and doorstep testing: Africa’s crackdown on the coronavirus

By: Elliot Smith KEY POINTS The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa...
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