Business Day
WATCH: Where to from here for SA’s factories?
The manufacturing sector has recorded its 11th month of consecutive declines with output plunging 49.4% year-on-year in April. The slowdown is worse than the contraction experienced during the 2009 global financial crisis.
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GNN Liberia
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CNBC Africa
South African court dismisses appeal against SAA layoff ruling
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – A South African court on Thursday dismissed an appeal by administrators in charge of South African Airways (SAA) against a ruling which prevented them from laying off staff. The failure of the appeal means the administrators may have to start consultation...
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Business Day
Oil drops as soaring US Covid-19 cases threaten demand
London — Oil prices dropped on Friday and were headed for weekly declines as inventories rose and record-breaking new coronavirus cases in the US stoked concern about the pace of economic recovery and fuel demand.
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Vanguard News
Slovenia backs mandatory virus tracing app
Slovenians infected with the novel coronavirus or undergoing quarantine will soon be obliged to use a mobile phone contact tracing app, after parliament backed the measure late on Thursday. The government says it expects the app to be ready within weeks and that it will be simila...
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Vanguard News
US hails Taiwan-Somaliland diplomatic ties, as China kicks
The United States government has commented on “controversial” diplomatic overtures between Taiwan and Somaliland. “Great to see Taiwan stepping up its engagement in East Africa in a time of such tremendous need. Taiwan is a great partner in health, education, technical assistance...
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News24
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