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This is how war and revolt have done worse to the mines than COVID-19.

Planes dropped bombs from the blue, artillery shelled suburban houses, riflemen fought street battles, snipers fired from bedroom windows and tanks rumbled through the suburbs.

Stress Theory in Nursing

The Adaptation Model and Tension Theory in Nursing Abilities study emphasize the significance with the connection amongst the social and physiological elements of overall...

Ramaphosa tests negative for coronavirus as South Africa to begin lockdown

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has tested negative for coronavirus, the presidency said in a statement on Thursday.

Ramaphosa declares national state of disaster over COVID-19

In a live television broadcast after a special cabinet meeting, Ramaphosa said the outbreak, first detected on March 5, could have a significant and “potentially lasting” impact on a struggling economy, which is already in recession.

SA’s President Cyril Ramaphosa releases the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Public Investment Corporation report

By Presidency RELEASE OF THE REPORT OF THE JUDICIAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO PUBLIC INVESTMENT CORPORATION

Moody’s rates SA’s #Budget2020, warns risks remain skewed toward a higher debt path

Moody's warns "even if the government achieves its planned spending restraint, the government's projected primary deficit of 1.1% of GDP by fiscal 2022 would still be too wide to stabilize the debt burden."

SA trade union COSATU says it won’t allow workers’ wages to be slashed

South Africa’s largest trade union federation COSATU said on Wednesday that it would not allow workers’ wages to be slashed, after Finance Minister Tito Mboweni used a budget speech to promise cuts to the public sector wage bill.

#Budget2020: Rating SA’s Budget 2020, has it done enough to avoid a downgrade?

All eyes were on Tito Mboweni for this budget as investors sit on the edge of their seats for the upcoming Moody's rating which, prior to the budget being delivered, was suspected to be a downgrade. Has that changed? And what is the view of other ratings agency's to South Africa's spending and collection plans. Join this CNBC Africa panel of experts as they unpack Finance minister Tito Mboweni's 2020 budget speech....

#Budget2020: What Budget 2020 means for you & your wallet

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says South Africa's income tax system is progressive and the adjustments reflect this. Mboweni announced some declines in personal income tax. But as much there may be tax relief, sin taxes have again gone up- so what does this budget mean for you and your wallet? Samke Mhlongo, Founder & Chief Executive of Next Chapter, Ricardo Teixeira, Chief Operating Officer, Wealth Advisers BDO and Zweli Mabhoza Founder and Director, Priority Tax Solutions join CNBC Africa for more....

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China data is a ‘ray of hope for the markets’: Societe Generale | Street Signs Asia

China's manufacturing activity expanded in March, defying many economists' expectations. But Jason Daw of Societe Generale warns that consumption remains the "big question" going forward.

Sustainable food for a sustainable future | Sustainable Energy

From supply chains to our plates what we eat has a big impact on the planet’s resources. In this episode of Sustainable Energy we take a look at how Nature-Based Solutions can help us eat healthier for a better planet.

South Africa looks to structural reforms as it loses its last investment-grade credit rating

By: Elliot Smith KEY POINTS South Africa now has no investment-grade sovereign credit rating...

Sanlam CEO Ian Kirk on decision to step down in December & COVID-19 impact

Sanlam announced major changes in its boardroom today. Current CEO Ian Kirk will be stepping down, making way for former CEO and Chair of Old Mutual South Africa to begin in July.