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Africa will continue to face COVID-19 aftermath head on

Today at 09:27 AM, via SAnews

Africa has laid down good economic fundamentals that will enable the continent to rapidly rebuild economies after the losses suffered due to COVID-19, believes Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize.

South Africa

SACU backs proposals to advance industrialisation

Today at 08:36 AM, via SAnews

The Southern African Customs Union (SACU) Ministers of Finance and Trade support the proposal of working together, through a regionally coordinated approach, to advance industrialisation, trade market access regionally and continentally, and to strengthen resource mobilisation.


First man to climb Everest 10 times dies at 72

Today at 05:17 AM, via CNN

Ang Rita Sherpa, the first man to climb Mount Everest 10 times, died of a lengthy illness on Monday, his family said, an event that fellow sherpas called a major loss to Nepal and the climbing community.


Joburg sees spike in water and lights bills

Today at 09:48 AM, via BusinessTech

The City of Johannesburg has asked ratepayers to use water and electricity sparingly during the lockdown to reduce consumption, which is resulting in higher-than-normal utility bills.


Uganda: Fire Won’t Affect Reopening – VC Nawangwe

Today at 09:57 AM, via AllAfrica

[Monitor] The Vice Chancellor of Makerere University, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe, has said the fire that gutted the Main Building yesterday will not affect the reopening for medical students.


Zimbabwe: No Joy for Zinasu Leader

Today at 09:51 AM, via AllAfrica

[The Herald] Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) leader Takudzwa Ngadziore, who is facing fresh charges of participating in a gathering with intent to promote public violence after he allegedly addressed a Press conference at OK Mart near Impala Car Rental premises was yesterday denied bail.


Emmy ratings fall again to record low, as streaming becomes the new normal

Yesterday at 20:01 PM, via CNN

What if you threw a party — one generally praised by critics, presented with no serious glitches in the midst of a pandemic — and relatively speaking, nobody showed up? That’s the puzzle facing the Television Academy, in the wake of another year of record-low ratings for the Emmy Awards.


Work from home if you can, says Michael Gove

Today at 09:41 AM, via The Guardian

Minister announces ‘reluctant’ shift in advice in England as coronavirus infections soar

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The public in England will once again be asked to work from home if they can, Michael Gove said on Tuesday, outlining a “reluctant” shift in government advice to combat the spread of coronavirus that he said could help “avert the need for...


WATCH | The new Audi E-Tron S Sportback

Today at 09:00 AM, via Wheels24

Audi is launching its first two fully electric S models, of which the E-tron S Sportback is being featured, in Europe and gives us a look at what the German brand is busy with on the electric car front.


Kogelberg’s Palmiet Honeymoon Studio is now open for bookings!

Thursday at 10:28 AM, via CapeNature

There are exciting developments underway at Kogelberg Nature Reserve. CapeNature is delighted to announce the opening of a new one-bedroom unit, the Palmiet honeymoon studio which is just perfect for for couples seeking privacy and romance. The glass-fronted eco-cabin is designed to offer guests unparalleled 360-degree breath-taking views of the reserve. The building work was meticulously […]