Stadio Holdings education group growth still on track
Education group Stadio Holdings has said its growth projections remained on track despite facing mounting challenges.
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Stage 2 load shedding to continue until 10pm, resumes at 9am tomorrow
Eskom said in a statement that it wished to assure the public that implementing load shedding was the last resort, in order to protect the national grid.
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OPINION: DPE goes for the jugular against “greedy” SAA pilots
Unreasonable and unaffordable’ voluntary severance packages won’t fly with the government, which says it will exacerbate a prolonged economic recovery
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East Africa holds its ground as Africa’s fastest growing region despite Covid-19 disruption - AfDB
Economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has pushed East Africa’s growth projection for 2020 down to 1.2 percent, a rate that outstrips other African regions.
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Morikawa hangs on for playoff win at Muirfield
Collin Morikawa beat Justin Thomas in a tightly contested bout at the Workday Charity Open on Sunday.
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Marc Warren wins European Tour return event in Austria
Without a caddie, Marc Warren closed with a 2-under 70 for a one-shot victory at the Austrian Open, the first European Tour event since the coronavirus shut down the tour.
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Renault protest legality of Racing Point cars
Renault have lodged an official protest questioning the legality of the Racing Point cars after their rivals' strong showing in Sunday's Styrian Grand Prix.
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Liverpool captain Bradley-Auckland puts career on hold to run care home
Liverpool captain Sophie Bradley-Auckland has decided to put her football career on hold and help her family run their care home amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Oxygen runs low as Covid-19 surges
Oxygen is already in low supply in hospitals at the new epicentre of the country’s outbreak, Gauteng province.
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South Africans feel reprimanded by President Ramaphosa during his Covid-19 address
Many who were listening to President Ramaphosa felt like he was scolding people for not taking Covid-19 seriously and listening to regulations.
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Government moves swiftly to gazette new Covid-19 lockdown regulations, including alcohol sales ban
The government has moved swiftly to gazette regulations putting into immediate effect a ban on alcohol sales and the introduction of a nighttime curfew.
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SA needs a 'Marshall Plan' not ineffective gimmicks and outright lies - DA
South Africa needs a "Marshall Plan" to build coronavirus (Covid-19) treatment and prevention capacity, and the government must have the humility to ask the private sector for help, DA leader John Steenhuisen said.
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