Increasing concern about the effects of lockdown
Business sentiment turned negative in May marking the first subdued outlook as firms became increasingly concerned about the extended lockdown.
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Oppenheimer, Cisco-backed Harambe raise funds for Africa tech startups
Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance raised $1 million to support its African technology startups.
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American Airlines to boost US flights in July as economy reopens
American Airlines Group said Thursday it will boost its US flight schedule next month over dramatic reductions since the coronavirus pandemic.
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Farmers turn to commercial banks as SA lender stalls
Farmers are turning to commercial lenders to top up their working capital as the Land and Agricultural Development Bank battles a liquidity crisis.
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Royal Ascot more than halves prize money due to pandemic
Ascot Racecourse chief executive Guy Henderson said in a statement that 2020 had been set to be a landmark year.
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I was overcome with sadness - Kenyan Kipchoge after London Marathon postponement
The London Marathon was scheduled for April, with Kipchoge the defending champion, before it was postponed.
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Soccer club Tottenham among firms to tap virus financial loan scheme
Tottenham are among companies to take up a coronavirus loan scheme from the Bank of England to tide them over during the pandemic.
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Federation plagued by decades of corruption, says investigation
Canadian law professor Richard McLaren told reporters on Thursday that the IWF was rife with corruption.
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Tunisian museums reopen to visitors after three months
After nearly three months of closure due to precautionary measures implemented to counter the coronavirus pandemic, visitors are now allowed to visit Tunisia’s museums.
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Two post offices targeted in Limpopo – but one alleged robbery bid foiled
An armed robbery that was allegedly set to take place at a post office used as a social grant paypoint at Atok in Apel, 85km from Polokwane, has been foiled.
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Western Cape records 42 more Covid-19 deaths while cases increase to 26 386
The Western Cape has recorded 643 deaths, 11 469 active Covid-19 cases, 26 386 confirmed cases, 14 917 recoveries and 973 people in hospital.
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Black architect who knew George Floyd hopes to rebuild a more just Twin Cities
The 48-year-old James Garrett, whose grandfather was Saint Paul's first black deputy police chief, said he was committed to helping rebuild his community
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